The President of the United States, Joe Biden, has won a major victory in the first round of the Democratic Party primaries in the state of New Hampshire ahead of the 2024 presidential election, according to US media forecasts based on 2 percent of the vote.
This means that Biden has received more than 73 percent of the vote so far, a large lead over the second candidate. Dean Phillipswith 16.8 percent, and regarding the third, Marianne Williamsonat 4 percent, according to the television channel CNN.
However, this victory will not allow the president to receive the allotment of delegates to the party's national convention, which determines the party's candidate for the presidential election. In fact, Biden's name didn't even appear on the ballot, even though it was allowed Count the votes that wrote their name manually. All of this stems from an internal dispute over the timing of the primary, which is why the Democratic National Committee decided that this election would not count. However, Biden's victory serves to demonstrate the idea of ”strength” in the face of the presidential election.