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2004 Delaware Democratic primary

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2004 Delaware Democratic primary

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23 Democratic National Convention delegates (15 pledged, 8 unpledged)
The number of pledged delegates received is determined by the popular vote
 
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Al Sharpton by David Shankbone (cropped).jpg
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Candidate John Kerry Al Sharpton Joe Lieberman
Home state Massachusetts New York Connecticut
Delegate count 14 1 0
Popular vote 16,787 1,888 3,706
Percentage 50.43% 5.67% 11.13%

 
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General Wesley Clark official photograph (cropped).jpg
Candidate John Edwards Howard Dean Wesley Clark
Home state North Carolina Vermont Arkansas
Delegate count 0 0 0
Popular vote 3,674 3,462 3,165
Percentage 11.04% 10.40% 9.51%

The 2004 Delaware primary was held on February 3, 2004 as part of the 2004 United States Democratic presidential primaries. Frontrunner John Kerry easily won the primary while Senator Joe Lieberman came second.

As the primary approached Joe Lieberman said that victory in the Delaware primary was required in order for his campaign to continue.[1] He had visited the state four times and got the endorsement of Democratic senator Thomas R. Carper.[2] After his defeat in the primary Lieberman withdrew from the race for the nomination.[3]

Exit polls showed that over half of voters who took part in the primary said they were 'angry' with the administration of George W. Bush and over 80% said they opposed the decision to go to war with Iraq.[4]

Polling

Candidate 29 January 2004
John Kerry 27%
Joe Lieberman 16%
Howard Dean 14%
John Edwards 9%
Wesley Clark 8%
Dennis Kucinich 1%
Al Sharpton 1%

Source: Delaware - 2004 Presidential Polls

Results

Candidate Votes Percentage Potential National delegates
John Kerry 16,787 50.43 14
Joe Lieberman 3,706 11.13 0
John Edwards 3,674 11.04 0
Howard Dean 3,462 10.40 0
Wesley Clark 3,165 9.51 0
Al Sharpton 1,888 5.67 1
Dennis Kucinich 344 1.03 0
Richard Gephardt 187 0.56 0
Lyndon LaRouche 78 0.23 0

Source: 2004 Presidential Democratic Primary Election Results - Delaware

References

  1. ^ "Lieberman says a Delaware victory will be enough". USA Today. 2004-01-30. Retrieved 2008-03-30.
  2. ^ "Gephardt Ad Slams Dean; Dean, Kerry Run Spots". Fox News Channel. 2004-01-15. Retrieved 2008-03-30.
  3. ^ Branson, David (2004-02-04). "Kerry continues streak". Michigan Daily. Archived from the original on 2004-02-04.
  4. ^ "US Democratic primary votes reveal growing popular hostility to Bush". World Socialist Web Site. 2004-02-06. Retrieved 2008-03-30.
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