Overview and Live Results: Hawaii Democratic Caucus

Perhaps not wanting to share the spotlight with the other Super Tuesday states, Democrats in Hawaii hold their caucus on Wednesday.

President Biden is on the ballot, as is Rep. Dean Phillips, who ended his campaign today. Also on the ballot is Jason Palmer, fresh off his unexpected win in the American Samoa caucus on Tuesday. There are two other candidates, as well as an Uncommitted line.

Caucus sites are open from 11:00 PM March 6 to 1:00 AM March 7 Eastern Time. 


There are 22 pledged delegates. 8 of them will be allocated based on the statewide vote, while 7 of them are associated with each of the state's two congressional districts.

In each case, delegates are allocated proportionately to candidates receiving at least 15% of the vote.

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