‘Uncommitted’ Vote Shows Strong Performance Against Biden on Super Tuesday, and it Could Cost Him the Election

Article originally appeared on www.westernjournal.com.

There’s a rising star in the Democratic Party and you’d never guess who it is.

Mostly, you could never guess it because it’s not a person but the option of “Uncommitted” on ballots during Super Tuesday’s contests.

The option — or its equivalent — has seen a surprisingly strong performance as it managed to take swaths of votes away from President Joe Biden.

The president has already seen this foe before as he managed to lose 13.2 percent of votes and two delegates to the faceless figure during the Feb. 27 Michigan primary, according to results published by The New York Times.

Biden’s foe once again returned on Super Tuesday, showing up particularly strong within certain states.

“Uncommitted” garnered nearly 20 percent of the Democratic vote in Minnesota as of about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Eastern Time, according to the Times — the biggest opposition the president has seen so far in any state.

Alabama saw a considerable number of votes being siphoned …

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