Trump, Biden lead party votes; townships pass funding requests

Dennis Mansfield

KALKASKA — The fight for the Democratic nomination for president reached Michigan on Tuesday, as both Democrats and Republicans voted in the state’s primary election.

Joe Biden, a former senator and vice president, won the Democratic primary vote and Michigan’s 125 delegates. It was a trend that continued even in Kalkaska County where local liberals in Kalkaska County seemed to prefer him over the more progressive candidate, Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed “Democratic Socialist” senator from Vermont.

Those local voters participating in the Democratic vote chose Biden over Sanders by a wide margin, 942 to 637.


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