By James Sullivan
Joe Biden scored another win on Saturday night – even if it wasn’t much of a surprise. Alaska held its primary on Saturday and Joe Biden successfully captured 55% of the vote, making him the winner and expanding his lead over Bernie Sanders with 11 delegates to Sanders’ 4.Alaska is the first state in this race to hold its primary exclusively by mail. They postponed their presidential primary from last week due to fears of the novel coronavirus outbreak
He won by double digits, meaning he’s still outperforming expectations. Sanders won the state in a landslide back in 2016, back when Alaska still used a caucus format. Participation hiked up significantly from four years ago, with about 19,700 ballots received.
No wonder Donald Trump and fellow Republicans are terrified at the possibility of an election done entirely by mail.