May 23, 2020
Hawaii Democrats released results Saturday for the state's party-run primary. Joe Biden finished first with 63% of the vote, winning 16 of the 24 pledged delegates. Bernie Sanders received 37% of the vote, winning the other 8 delegates. Note that voting in this primary began before Sanders withdrew from the race on April 8.
The primary, originally scheduled for April 4, was changed to be run exclusively by mail in response to the pandemic. Ballots were due back by May 22.
While Biden is the presumptive nominee, he has not yet reached the 1,991 delegates needed to officially clinch the nomination. That could change on June 2, when the first set of primaries after the Memorial Day holiday is held. 7 states, as well as the District of Columbia will hold contests that day, several of them rescheduled from earlier dates.
479 pledged delegates will be available on June 2. Biden needs 425 of them, based on the latest count by NPR and the Associated Press.1 That may be a reach, with Bernie Sanders still seeing enough support in some locations to add to his delegate count.
This map shows who is leading in the polls in each state, regardless of the size of the margin
The state will elect a Senator, Representative and Governor this fall; all the incumbents are heavily favored to win reelection
50 days from the presidential election, we look at this Midwestern battleground that, prior to Trump's win, had not voted Republican for president since 1984
A few interesting contests, although the incumbent party is favored in November in all these races
The Keystone State's mix of urban, suburban and rural areas gives it a politically balanced statewide electorate. It will again be a presidential battleground in 2020.