Biden wins Guam Democratic caucuses as 2024 presidential primary season ends

President Biden won the Democratic presidential caucuses in Guam, according to the Associated Press, based on the party’s results in the U.S. western Pacific Ocean territory.

After five months and more than 100 primaries and caucusesSaturday’s Democratic caucuses in Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands end the 2024 presidential nomination season.

“The Party is pleased to send a delegation to the DNC Convention in full support of President Biden and Vice President Harris,” Democratic Party of Guam Chairman Tony Babauta said in a statement Saturday. “Our island and our country need leadership that continues to invest in people, improve our infrastructure, focus on sustainability and our environment, and protect women’s rights.”

Biden and former President Trump clinched the Democratic and Republican nominations nearly three months ago, following their blowout victories in coast-to-coast Super Tuesday contests.


Even though any major drama in the presidential nomination races is long gone, the results of some primaries and caucuses in recent months have highlighted potential problems for Biden and Trump as they seek to secure their base voters in the run-up to the general election. election.


Nikki Haley, former UN ambassador and former governor of South Carolina, who was Trump’s latest rival for the nomination, suspended her campaign in early March, but she continued to garner as much as 20 percent of the vote in some Republican presidential primaries, even though she was essentially a zombie candidate.

And in Democratic elections, the president repeatedly faced a protest vote using the “uncommitted” option on the ballot, amid demonstrations against his support for Israel in its war against Hamas in Gaza.

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