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2020 Michigan Republican presidential primary

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2020 Michigan Republican presidential primary

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Candidate Donald Trump
Home state Florida[1]
Delegate count 73
Popular vote 640,552
Percentage 93.7%

The 2020 Michigan Republican presidential primary took place on March 10, 2020, as one of five contests scheduled for that date in the Republican Party presidential primaries for the 2020 election.

Results

Incumbent United States President Donald Trump was challenged by three candidates: former governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina, former congressman Joe Walsh of Illinois, and former governor Bill Weld of Massachusetts. Sanford and Walsh both withdrew prior to the primary. Michigan is the only primary state where Sanford's name remained on the ballot.[2]

2020 Michigan Republican primary[3]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 640,552 93.7% 73
Uncommitted 32,743 4.8%
Bill Weld 6,099 0.9%
Mark Sanford (withdrawn) 4,258 0.6%
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 4,067 0.6%
Total 683,431 100% 73

References

  1. ^ Matthew Choi (October 31, 2019). "Trump, a symbol of New York, is officially a Floridian now". Politico. Retrieved February 3, 2020.
  2. ^ "Michigan Will Keep Mark Sanford's Name on the Republican Presidential Primary Unless he Sends in a Withdrawal Letter | Ballot Access News".
  3. ^ "2020 Michigan Election Results". Michigan Secretary of State. April 30, 2020. Retrieved November 12, 2020.
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