Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden defeated Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in Michigan, the biggest prize among the six states holding primaries Tuesday, according to projections by multiple news outlets.
With 60% of precincts reporting, Biden has 53% of the vote compared to Sanders, with 39.1%. The state has 125 delegates up for grabs.
Sanders nearly won the 2016 Democratic primary. The senator projected to win the smallest prize of the day, North Dakota, with 14 delegates at stake by NBC News.
He put a clear gap to Biden, with bagging 53.5% of the votes against 39.8%.
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