President Biden is reportedly facing the problem of “uncommitted” voters growing progressively in various states throughout the country. The trend has been highlighted even brighter after one U.S. territory and 15 states held their Democratic primary elections on “Super Tuesday.”

Biden Maintains Win Streak, Protest Votes Continue To Increase

Multiple reports confirm that President Biden has won every Democratic primary election for the 2024 presidential race so far. What makes this even more impressive is that he has contended against challenges offered by Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips and author Marianne Williamson.

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However, it is also notable that thousands of voters have apparently used their ballots to protest against President Biden. Eight of the 15 states that held Democratic primaries on “Super Tuesday” reportedly had options available for voters to choose not to support anyone – including President Biden.

Two States Offered ‘No Preference’ Option To Voters On Ballot

There were two states that offered a “No Preference” option to the voters that chose to remain uncommitted regarding candidate support. Massachusetts gathered 41,482 votes with the “No Preference” option.

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North Carolina collected 87,775 votes (12.7%) with the “No Preference” option. Biden still won the race in both states with 70.2% and 87.3% of the votes respectively.

Over 100,000 Michigan Voters Cast ‘Uncommitted’ Ballots

Within the state of Michigan alone, there were reportedly over 100,000 voters that cast ballots for “uncommitted” as a clear sign of protesting against President Biden. The significant Muslim population throughout the state may have played a role in this result

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There is a prominent level of discontent for Biden among the Muslim population throughout the state. Reports confirm that this discontent primarily stems from Biden’s decision to support Israel in the war in Gaza against Hamas.

Biden Lost Democratic Content In South Pacific, American Samoa

Jason Palmer made headlines this week by defeating President Joe Biden in American Samoa during the Democratic contest. This means that Biden became the first incumbent president that lost a primary since 1980 when Jimmy Carter experienced a similar situation.

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American Samoa is a relatively small U.S. territory within the South Pacific. According to the CIA, it had an estimated population of 44,620 in 2023.

Jason Palmer Claims American People ‘Want To Pass The Torch

Jason Palmer told ABC News that his victory with American Samoa felt “great” after his big win. Palmer used the interview to also explain that his victory sent a “message that Joe Biden needs to hear.”

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According to Palmer, “the American people want to pass the torch to the next generation.” He then thanked the American Samoa people “for stepping up to make that statement” for the rest of the country.

Palmer Admitted He’s A ‘Longshot Candidate’, Focused On ‘Changing The Conversation’

Jason Palmer acknowledged within his official campaign website that he is a “longshot candidate with very little chance of winning.” However, he also expressed that his campaign was more focused on creating ideas and solutions.

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More importantly, Palmer wanted his campaign to focus on “changing the conversation.” The 52-year-old Harvard Business School graduate also wanted to engage younger voters and show how a campaign could be managed like a “lean startup.”

Dean Phillips Agreed That Biden ‘Should Have Passed The Torch’

Dean Phillips admitted that he respects President Joe Biden after Biden won over 96% of the vote during the South Carolina primary. However, Phillips echoed Palmer’s comments when he said that Biden “should have passed the torch.”

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Phillips claimed in November that he would drop out of the presidential race if his campaign proved to not be “viable” after Super Tuesday. He also confirmed that he would “endorse the likely nominee” at that time as well.

Jimmy Carter Lost 12 Contests To Ted Kennedy

Jason Palmer has only won one contest so far against President Biden. That is a far cry from the 12 different contests that Democrat Ted Kennedy won against Jimmy Carter in 1980.

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Carter won the Democratic primary overall instead of Kennedy that year. However, Carter later faced defeat again when Republican Ronald Reagan won the presidential election.

Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg Won American Samoa Race In 2020

Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, made headlines during the 2020 Democratic primary race when he won American Samoa himself. Reports confirm that Bloomberg won 175 votes, which equaled out to be nearly 50% of the vote.

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Interestingly, Joe Biden lost in that year as well with only 8.8% of the votes. Senator Bernie Sanders won 10.5%. However, both Biden and Sanders fell below the 15% threshold needed for delegate qualification.

Hillary Clinton Won American Samoa In 2016, Earned Four Delegates

Former Senator Hillary Clinton won American Samoa during the Democratic primary race in 2016. She reportedly won 73% of the 223 votes cast and earned four out of six delegates as a result.

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Bernie Sanders picked up the other two delegates that year. Her top aides had reportedly hoped to win all six of the American Samoa delegates to eliminate Sanders’ biggest campaign victory at that time.

Williamson Beat Phillips For Second Place In Most States, Tied In Oklahoma

Most of the states that held Democratic primaries on Super Tuesday inadvertently voted author Marianne Williamson as the second place winner. It was not surprising that Phillips won second place in his own state, Minnesota.

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Williamson and Phillips reportedly tied in Oklahoma for second place with 9.1% of the votes each.

Williamson Reentered Presidential Race Because Of Donald Trump

Marianne Williamson made headlines twice last month regarding her decision to exit and then reenter the race towards becoming the next U.S. President. She decided to “unsuspend” her campaign three weeks after exiting the race.

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The 71-year-old author and activist claimed that she initially ended her campaign since she “was losing the horse race.” However, she referenced Donald Trump when she then said that “we have a fascist standing at the door.” Williamson then implied that the country is “not going to defeat the fascist” with President Biden.

Williamson Claims ‘We’re Watching A Car Crash In Slow Motion Here’

Williamson also expressed that the country needs a president willing to say that the U.S. is a government “of the corporations, by the corporations and for the corporations.” She added that the country is currently “watching a car crash in slow motion here.”

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Regarding the critics that may call her delusional, Williamson said that the true delusion was “closing our eyes and crossing our fingers” with hope that Biden and Harris “will be able to beat that juggernaut of dark, dark vision.”

Williamson Endorsed Bernie Sanders After Ending 2020 Campaign

Williamson previously ran for the Oval Office position of Commander in Chief during the 2020 presidential race. However, she suspended her campaign prior to the casting of the first votes.

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The longtime spiritual leader decided to endorse and support Senator Bernie Sanders that year instead.