Former Vice President Joe Biden is the projected winner of the Alaska Democratic primary on Saturday, according to ABC News. The state had 15 delegates at stake for the Democrats.
The state canceled in-person voting for its party-run primary amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus and is conducting the election entirely by mail. The in-person portion of its primary was supposed to be held on April 4.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders dropped out of the Democratic race earlier in the week.
The state is one of the few that switched from a caucus after 2016 and distributed ranked-choice ballots to all registered Democrats. Former Vice President Joe Biden is now the sole Democrat in the race, but many of the ballots had already been cast prior to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' exit, as a result, Sanders is likely to nab some of the state's 15 delegates.
Sanders won the 2016 party-run caucuses.