BISMARCK, N.D. (NEWSnet/AP) — President Joe Biden has won North Dakota’s Democratic presidential primary.

The state party announced the results of the largely mail-in election. The party began to circulate ballots in February to voters who requested them. 

Biden’s victory was all but assured, although seven other candidates were on the primary ballot.

On March 4, Donald Trump won the state’s Republican Party caucus, taking all 29 delegates.

Biden and Trump each has secured enough delegates for their respective parties’ nomination.

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