Biden Bests Sanders in Boston on Way to MA Victory; Warren Places Third Citywide in Primary

Former Vice President Joe Biden won the Democratic Party primary on Super Tuesday in Massachusetts, and surprisingly took Boston, too. Biden (43,210) won best by a mere 56 votes over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders (43,154) in Boston. So each candidate took about 30 percent, but Biden 144,200 total votes were cast in the Democratic Party primary. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, who was supported by many Massachusetts politicians, placed third with 39,188 votes, and third overall in the state, too. The results were very disheartening for the Massachusetts senator, who many thought would win her hometown state, even as Biden's campaign flourished in the last few days.


Boston Results: Clinton Bests Sanders, Trump Tops Rubio

Super Tuesday had a huge turnout around Boston and it appears that Hillary Clinton easily beat Bernie Sanders in the city. On the Republican side it looks like Donald Trump took first while Marco Rubio came in second. As of 11 pm with 99% of votes accounted in the Democratic primary, Clinton took 57% of the vote, or 70,890 votes; Sanders received 41% of the vote, or 51,118 votes. There were 123,480 total votes cast with only two precincts not counted. On the Republican side, with 22,007 votes cast, Trump received 40% of the votes, or 8,839 votes.