Virginia – Biden
North Carolina – Biden
Alabama – Biden
American Samoa – Bloomberg
Vermont – Sanders
I had a decision to make.
Here in Alabama, the choice on Super Tuesday was voting in the Republican or Democratic primary. I could either vote for Tulsi Gabbard or Bernie Sanders for president, OR, I could vote for Jeff Sessions in the Alabama Senate race. Tulsi doesn’t have a chance of winning Alabama. Joe Biden is likely to easily beat Bernie Sanders here because the Democratic electorate is majority black and moderate. Last time I checked the polls, Jeff Sessions is slightly ahead of Tommy Tuberville.
I voted for Jeff Sessions who was screwed harder by Donald Trump than almost anyone in his administration. I did this mainly because I have fond memories of Sessions representing Alabama in the Senate. He was the only Republican who I actually liked for years and I would rather have him in there than Tommy Tuberville when Trump is gone. I had the chance to vote for Donald Trump in the Republican primary too, but I just left that spot on my ballot blank, which is what I intend to do in the fall.
As for Bernie Sanders, I like a lot of his positions on war and trade and cancelling student loan debt, but he would probably call me a racist and throw me in the gulag for voting for him. If he wins the Democratic nomination, he will have a few months to convince me otherwise.