2020 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY RESULTS

The Kansas Democratic Party is pleased to congratulate former Vice President Joe Biden on winning 76.9% of the popular vote in Kansas’s 2020 Presidential Primary. Senator Bernie Sanders was the only other candidate to reach the viability threshold with 23.1% of the popular vote. The 2020 Primary set a participation record with 146,873 ballots cast for a total turnout rate of 34.7% among registered Democrats in Kansas – turnout totaled 374% of Kansas’s 2016 caucus participation

The 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary was the KDP’s first Party-run primary since 1992. The KDP incorporated a vote-by-mail component into its 2020 Primary plan over a year ago but pivoted to a completely by-mail election to protect the safety of all Kansans during the COVID-19 pandemic. To address the challenges imposed by COVID-19, the KDP introduced several reforms to increase accessibility, including (1) introducing a supplemental mailing on April 7th of more than 10,000 ballots, (2) extending the ballot request deadline, and (3) modifying the original postmark deadline to a “received by” deadline of May 2nd. 

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2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Results

The Kansas Democratic Party is pleased to congratulate former Vice President Joe Biden on winning 76.9% of the popular vote in Kansas’s 2020 Presidential Primary. Senator Bernie Sanders was the only other candidate to reach the viability threshold with 23.1% of the popular vote. The 2020 Primary set a participation record with 146,873 ballots cast for a total turnout rate of 34.7% among registered Democrats in Kansas – turnout totaled 374% of Kansas’s 2016 caucus participation

The 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary was the KDP’s first Party-run primary since 1992. The KDP incorporated a vote-by-mail component into its 2020 Primary plan over a year ago but pivoted to a completely by-mail election to protect the safety of all Kansans during the COVID-19 pandemic. To address the challenges imposed by COVID-19, the KDP introduced several reforms to increase accessibility, including (1) introducing a supplemental mailing on April 7th of more than 10,000 ballots, (2) extending the ballot request deadline, and (3) modifying the original postmark deadline to a “received by” deadline of May 2nd. 

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