You'll Never Guess: Democrats Like Old Joe Biden After All

Joe Biden and Trump swept to victory last night (although Nikki Haley won Vermont). “Uncommitted” showed up as a not-insignificant protest vote, which to my mind shows the strength of the Democratic party.

Oh, and Nikki will not endorse Trump:

This is why I keep saying not to pay attention to polls, because Trump always underperforms:

News about Senate primaries:

The big result was Rep. Adam Schiff (D) emerging as the strong favorite to be California’s next senator. And he’ll avoid a potentially problematic faceoff with a fellow Democrat in the state’s top-two system after Republican former Major League Baseball star Steve Garvey finished second over Rep. Katie Porter (D-Calif.). Schiff and Garvey were declared the top two very early in the night, suggesting Porter wasn’t that close.

The other significant result was Democrats getting their preferred candidate to face Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.): Rep. Colin Allred (D-Tex.).

Democrats haven’t won statewide in Texas in decades, and the odds are still against them even as the state has become somewhat more competitive. But on a Senate map where they have precious few pickup opportunities, Allred gives them one of their best — next to Florida.

Then we have the batshit crazy Republican nominee for governor of North Carolina, who will hopefully make it easier for Democrat Josh Stein to beat:

Then there’s this. A Trump-sponsored challenger beat the Texas House speaker:

And a Texas whack job lost his race:

A lot of Republican primary voters say they’ll vote for Biden:

And finally, this guy won the Democratic caucus in American Samoa:

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