The remaining states that allow “uncommitted” votes—and where to find the biggest campaigns.

By Editors, In These Times

As Super Tuesday returns come in, it appears that almost 20% of Democratic presidential primary voters in Minnesota have cast ballots for ​uncommitted,” ensuring at least one convention delegate. About 12% of North Carolina voters opted for ​no preference.”

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Campaigns in Minnesota, Massachusetts, Colorado, North Carolina and other states with March 5 primaries asked voters to cast a protest vote over President Joe Biden’s support of Israel’s war on Gaza.

The uncommitted push began with the Listen to Michigan campaign, which urged voters to fill in the uncommitted bubble to ​strongly reject Biden’s funding war and genocide in Gaza.” Launched just a few weeks before the state’s February 27 primary, it drew support from Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), former Michigan Rep. Andy Levin, and the state chapters of the Democratic Socialists of America and Our Revolution. Over 100,000 Michigan Democratic voters — around 13% of the primary electorate — voted uncommitted.

After Super Tuesday, 17 remaining states and territories — listed below — will have an uncommitted or equivalent option on their Democratic presidential ballot. Primaries to watch are Washington state (March 12) and Wisconsin (April 2), where uncommitted campaigns are gaining momentum.

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