- Former Vice President Joe Biden won Hawaii's Democratic presidential primary.
- Due to concerns about the novel corona virus, the Democratic Party of Hawaii held the area code almost exclusively by post for several weeks.
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Biden won Hawaii's party-led democratic primary school with 63% to 37% against Senator Bernie Sanders
Sanders officially left the presidential election on April 8 and made Biden a suspected democratic candidate.
Although Sanders will stay on the ballot for the upcoming primaries and win delegates from these competitions so that his representatives have seats on key committees of the National Democratic Convention, he officially approved Biden on April 13.
In the Democratic presidential presidential election, Hawaii assigns 24 promised delegates to the Convention, 15 of whom will be distributed to the state's two congressional districts and nine based on national results.
While the division of delegates would be based on the official results for Biden 19 and Sanders five, the campaigns reached an agreement that Biden should win 16 delegates and Sanders eight from the Hawaii area code.
According to Decision Desk HQ and the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia, Biden and Sanders are currently in the delegate race:
Hawaii was scheduled to hold its area code, run by the State Democratic Party, on April 4, but ended in the end Choice almost exclusively by post over the course of several weeks due to concerns about the novel corona virus.