BURLINGTON – Just under half the registered voters in Burlington turned out for Tuesday’s Presidential Primary and residents went with newly crowned Democratic frontrunner, Joe Biden.

It was an impressive showing at Burlington High School as 6,828 of the 15,638 registered voters (43.7 percent) hit the polls. Of the 43.7 percent, 5,413 Democrats and 1,398 Republicans voted.

Democrat Joe Biden topped out with the most votes at 1,804. Democrat Bernie Sanders finished second with 1,285 votes, while Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren rounded out the top three with 930 votes. Democrat Mike Bloomberg finished with 741 votes.

President Donald Trump cruised to victory on the Republican ticket with 1,264 votes.

There was a competitive race for Republican State Committee Man with Edward Tedesco edging out Anthony Ventresca by a voting margin of 629 to 574.

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