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Bernie Sanders Is the Only Candidate From Either Party to Win 50 Percent of Michigan's Vote

The Huffington Post logo The Huffington Post 9/03/2016 Brian Hanley

Not even Donald Trump could top Bernie Sanders in Michigan. Much to the pollsters' surprise, Sanders edged out Hillary Clinton in a narrow but decisive victory in a delegate-rich state that was supposed to be hers. Sanders was in fact the only candidate in Michigan's primary, from either party, to receive 50% of the vote.
Clinton, who was projected to win by up to 27%, ended up losing by 2%. Sanders turned out 100,000+ more voters than the other outsider, Donald Trump.
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