2024 Election

'UNCOMMITTED': Biden Continues to See Significant Protest Votes in Primaries; Report

posted by Hannity Staff - 4.03.24

Bad news for Joe…

During Tuesday night’s primary contests, President Biden continued to see “Uncommitted” and “Uninstructed” votes in Wisconsin, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

Biden has been receiving protest votes in response to his handling of the war between Israel and Hamas.

From The Daily Caller:

Pro-Palestinian activists have been urging Democratic primary voters in these states and others to support “uncommitted” and other nameless ballot options in opposition to Biden’s support of Israel following the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack, which left roughly 1,200 individuals dead. In Wisconsin, 8.4% voted “uninstructed,” while 14.9% and 11.5% supported the “uncommitted” option in Rhode Island and Connecticut, respectively, the AP projected at the time of writing.

Biden also faced a protest vote in New York where liberal activists encouraged Democratic primary voters to “leave it blank,” according to Politico. The effort’s effect on the primary won’t be reflected in Tuesday evening’s results, but will be included in the official totals weeks later.

Michigan kicked off a series of similar protest votes on Feb. 27, when over 100,000 Democratic primary participants in the state supported the “uncommitted” option, amounting to 13.2% of the share. Significant portions of the Democratic electorate have also supported nameless ballot options in Washington, Minnesota, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Colorado, Tennessee and Alabama.

Biden has been hemorrhaging support from his once-reliable coalition. In an effort to keep the support of Pro-Palestinian activists, Biden has announced new aid plans for Gaza and is being more vocal in opposing Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.

More over at The Daily Caller:

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