Joe Biden Suffers Huge ‘Uncommitted’ Vote Against Him In Kentucky

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President Joe Biden delivering a speech on infrastructure in Covington, Kentucky, last year. Nearly 33,000 voters in the state backed “uncommitted” over Biden in the Democratic primary on Tuesday.

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President Joe Biden suffered a loss of a significant number of votes in the Kentucky Democratic primary, including tens of thousands who opted for “uncommitted.”

Biden, who clinched the Democratic presidential nomination without any real challenge in March, won the primary in Kentucky on Tuesday night with 71.3 percent of the vote, amounting to more than 131,000 votes.

Meanwhile, nearly 33,000 voters (17.9 percent) in the Bluegrass State backed “uncommitted” over the president.

Nearly 20,000 voters also opted for the longshot Democratic presidential hopefuls Marianne Williamson (6.1 percent) and Dean Phillips (4.8 percent).

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