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2020 Nebraska Democratic presidential primary

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2020 Nebraska Democratic presidential primary

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33 Democratic National Convention delegates (29 pledged, 4 unpledged)
The number of pledged delegates won is determined by the popular vote
 
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Bernie Sanders March 2020 (cropped).jpg
Elizabeth Warren by Gage Skidmore (cropped).jpg
Candidate Joe Biden Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren
(withdrawn)
Home state Delaware Vermont Massachusetts
Delegate count 29 0 0
Popular vote 126,444 23,214 10,401
Percentage 76.83% 14.10% 6.32%

Nebraska Democratic presidential primary election results by county, 2020.svg
Election results by county
  Joe Biden

The 2020 Nebraska Democratic presidential primary took place on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, as part of the Democratic Party presidential primaries for the 2020 presidential election. The Nebraska primary is a semi-closed primary. The state awards 33 delegates to the 2020 Democratic National Convention, of which 29 are pledged delegates allocated on the basis of the results of the primary.

Procedure

While Nebraska Democrats previously used caucuses as their nominating process, the party's central committee decided on December 8, 2018 to return to a primary system after the proposal was "overwhelmingly" supported in a voice vote.[1]

Voting is expected to start and end simultaneously throughout the state, with polling places in the Central Time Zone open from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and those in the Mountain Time Zone open between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. In the semi-closed primary, candidates must meet a threshold of 15 percent at the congressional district or statewide level in order to be considered viable. The 25 pledged delegates to the 2020 Democratic National Convention will be allocated proportionally on the basis of the results of the primary. Of the 25 pledged delegates, between 5 and 9 are allocated to each of the state's 3 congressional districts and another 3 are allocated to party leaders and elected officials (PLEO delegates), in addition to 7 at-large pledged delegates. These delegate totals assume Nebraska receives bonus delegates from timing and as a result of regional clustering.[2]

County conventions will subsequently be held between Thursday, May 21, 2020 and Sunday, May 31, 2020 to elect delegates to the state convention, which will be held between Friday, June 12 and Sunday, June 14, 2020. The state convention will vote on Saturday, June 13, 2020 to designate national convention delegates, including 4 unpledged PLEO delegates (4 members of the Democratic National Committee).[2]

Results

2020 Nebraska Democratic presidential primary[3]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[4]
Joe Biden 126,444 76.83% 29
Bernie Sanders (suspended) 23,214 14.10%
Elizabeth Warren (withdrawn) 10,401 6.32%
Tulsi Gabbard (withdrawn) 4,523 2.75%
Total 164,582 100% 29
Results by county[3]
County Joe Biden Tulsi Gabbard Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
Adams 1,483 77.60% 65 3.40% 242 12.66% 121 6.33%
Antelope 216 77.42% 22 7.89% 20 7.17% 21 7.53%
Arthur 9 90.00% 1 10.00% 0 0.00% 0 0.00%
Banner 12 92.31% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 7.69%
Blaine 14 93.33% 0 0.00% 0 0.00% 1 6.67%
Boone 246 74.55% 28 8.48% 29 8.79% 27 8.18%
Box Butte 442 79.21% 24 4.30% 57 10.22% 35 6.27%
Boyd 60 78.95% 3 3.95% 6 7.89% 7 9.21%
Brown 57 69.51% 5 6.10% 14 17.07% 6 7.32%
Buffalo 1,900 76.74% 91 3.68% 331 13.37% 154 6.22%
Burt 477 82.38% 15 2.59% 52 8.98% 35 6.04%
Butler 352 78.22% 20 4.44% 47 10.44% 31 6.89%
Cass 1,584 81.52% 77 3.96% 183 9.42% 99 5.10%
Cedar 358 71.31% 46 9.16% 46 9.16% 52 10.36%
Chase 84 73.68% 8 7.02% 8 7.02% 14 12.28%
Cherry 147 74.24% 10 5.05% 23 11.62% 18 9.09%
Cheyenne 313 78.45% 14 3.51% 45 11.28% 27 6.77%
Clay 266 74.72% 19 5.34% 49 13.76% 22 6.18%
Colfax 354 77.80% 28 6.15% 41 9.01% 32 7.03%
Cuming 304 80.21% 22 5.80% 23 6.07% 30 7.92%
Custer 327 80.94% 27 6.68% 28 6.93% 22 5.45%
Dakota 664 80.10% 29 3.50% 98 11.82% 38 4.58%
Dawes 389 71.12% 20 3.66% 91 16.64% 47 8.59%
Dawson 562 77.52% 26 3.59% 98 13.52% 39 5.38%
Deuel 44 80.00% 1 1.82% 4 7.27% 6 10.91%
Dixon 270 76.49% 26 7.37% 31 8.78% 26 7.37%
Dodge 2,016 80.10% 88 3.50% 275 10.93% 138 5.48%
Douglas 43,383 77.23% 1,157 2.06% 8,236 14.66% 3,401 6.05%
Dundy 35 68.63% 2 3.92% 6 11.76% 8 15.69%
Fillmore 325 78.13% 23 5.53% 37 8.89% 31 7.45%
Franklin 137 86.71% 7 4.43% 7 4.43% 7 4.43%
Frontier 80 87.91% 5 5.49% 4 4.40% 2 2.20%
Furnas 120 75.00% 11 6.88% 19 11.88% 10 6.25%
Gage 1,558 82.09% 73 3.85% 170 8.96% 97 5.11%
Garden 67 82.72% 4 4.94% 6 7.41% 4 4.94%
Garfield 52 92.86% 0 0.00% 2 3.57% 2 3.57%
Gosper 73 82.95% 2 2.27% 9 10.23% 4 4.55%
Grant 10 76.92% 1 7.69% 0 0.00% 2 15.38%
Greeley 155 75.24% 20 9.71% 14 6.80% 17 8.25%
Hall 2,633 78.29% 116 3.45% 418 12.43% 196 5.83%
Hamilton 393 79.88% 23 4.67% 46 9.35% 30 6.10%
Harlan 119 73.01% 14 8.59% 19 11.66% 11 6.75%
Hayes 17 85.00% 2 10.00% 0 0.00% 1 5.00%
Hitchcock 86 76.79% 3 2.68% 13 11.61% 10 8.93%
Holt 289 76.25% 21 5.54% 43 11.35% 26 6.86%
Hooker 28 75.68% 0 0.00% 6 16.22% 3 8.11%
Howard 327 78.61% 26 6.25% 37 8.89% 26 6.25%
Jefferson 438 81.41% 23 4.28% 51 9.48% 26 4.83%
Johnson 281 80.75% 17 4.89% 33 9.48% 17 4.89%
Kearney 305 83.56% 17 4.66% 28 7.67% 15 4.11%
Keith 255 81.73% 12 3.85% 27 8.65% 18 5.77%
Keya Paha 28 82.35% 3 8.82% 1 2.94% 2 5.88%
Kimball 103 80.47% 3 2.34% 18 14.06% 4 3.13%
Knox 436 78.14% 31 5.56% 51 9.14% 40 7.17%
Lancaster 27,239 75.23% 757 2.09% 5,659 15.63% 2,552 7.05%
Lincoln 1,480 78.68% 108 5.74% 193 10.26% 100 5.32%
Logan 10 71.43% 1 7.14% 0 0.00% 3 21.43%
Loup 33 80.49% 0 0.00% 7 17.07% 1 2.44%
Madison 1,062 75.37% 66 4.68% 170 12.07% 111 7.88%
McPherson 9 75.00% 0 0.00% 2 16.67% 1 8.33%
Merrick 299 74.38% 24 5.97% 45 11.19% 34 8.46%
Morrill 173 89.64% 3 1.55% 10 5.18% 7 3.63%
Nance 153 81.38% 8 4.26% 16 8.51% 11 5.85%
Nemaha 388 79.35% 17 3.48% 56 11.45% 28 5.73%
Nuckolls 218 84.82% 10 3.89% 15 5.84% 14 5.45%
Otoe 882 80.99% 36 3.31% 112 10.28% 59 5.42%
Pawnee 179 84.04% 8 3.76% 18 8.45% 8 3.76%
Perkins 84 83.17% 7 6.93% 1 0.99% 9 8.91%
Phelps 329 76.87% 23 5.37% 48 11.21% 28 6.54%
Pierce 155 74.52% 12 5.77% 26 12.50% 15 7.21%
Platte 1,099 77.67% 90 6.36% 145 10.25% 81 5.72%
Polk 217 86.11% 11 4.37% 9 3.57% 15 5.95%
Red Willow 325 74.71% 27 6.21% 54 12.41% 29 6.67%
Richardson 487 81.17% 25 4.17% 52 8.67% 36 6.00%
Rock 30 73.17% 1 2.44% 5 12.20% 5 12.20%
Saline 824 80.47% 37 3.61% 103 10.06% 60 5.86%
Sarpy 12,244 78.64% 367 2.36% 2,154 13.83% 805 5.17%
Saunders 1,160 78.06% 80 5.38% 160 10.77% 86 5.79%
Scotts Bluff 1,249 81.32% 65 4.23% 158 10.29% 64 4.17%
Seward 900 79.30% 48 4.23% 117 10.31% 70 6.17%
Sheridan 112 78.32% 7 4.90% 13 9.09% 11 7.69%
Sherman 197 73.78% 16 5.99% 37 13.86% 17 6.37%
Sioux 38 79.17% 3 6.25% 4 8.33% 3 6.25%
Stanton 185 73.12% 17 6.72% 29 11.46% 22 8.70%
Thayer 247 82.06% 8 2.66% 25 8.31% 21 6.98%
Thomas 24 88.89% 0 0.00% 3 11.11% 0 0.00%
Thurston 259 64.75% 13 3.25% 107 26.75% 21 5.25%
Valley 199 81.56% 12 4.92% 20 8.20% 13 5.33%
Washington 1,153 83.25% 41 2.96% 134 9.68% 57 4.12%
Wayne 310 77.31% 13 3.24% 45 11.22% 33 8.23%
Webster 172 79.63% 9 4.17% 18 8.33% 17 7.87%
Wheeler 30 85.71% 2 5.71% 0 0.00% 3 8.57%
York 493 81.35% 23 3.80% 56 9.24% 34 5.61%

References

  1. ^ Moring, Roseann; Mertes, Micah (December 9, 2018). "Nebraska Democratic Party votes to discontinue caucuses and return to primary system". Omaha World-Herald. Retrieved June 23, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Nebraska Democratic Delegation 2020". The Green Papers. May 3, 2019. Retrieved June 23, 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Official Report of the Nebraska Board of State Canvassers: Primary Election, May 12, 2020" (PDF). Nebraska Board of State Canvassers. 8 June 2020. Retrieved 14 October 2020.
  4. ^ "Delegate Tracker". interactives.ap.org. Associated Press. Retrieved May 13, 2020.

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