'Uninformed': Nearly 50K Voters in Anti-Biden Poll in Wisconsin

Nearly 50,000 Democratic primary voters in Wisconsin voted Tuesday for an “uninformed” delegation, the latest progressive-led protest vote on President Biden's handling of the Israel-Hamas war.

The “untold” margin — 48,000 votes, or about 8 percent — was 10 times larger than in 2020 and surpassed the general election margin between Biden and former President Trump in the state.

A variety of opposition votes in other states combined for a total of 26 delegates, with strong showings in Michigan, Minnesota and Washington. Wisconsin's primary won no delegates because the nonadvised total did not exceed 15 percent of support.

Just 2 percent of GOP primary voters chose “uninformed” representatives in Wisconsin.

Organizers have surpassed their target for the campaign of 20,000 votes, more than double with almost all results counted.

The movement was supported by progressives as part of a growing criticism of Biden's response to the Israel-Hamas war. Critics have called on Biden to support a full ceasefire in the conflict, which he has refused to do, and to follow up his increasing criticism of Israeli military action in Gaza with action.

After the vote closed Tuesday, the activist group Listen to Wisconsin celebrated the difference.

“There were three weeks to hold the presidential primaries. A lot of tired days and sleepless nights. But we would do it again in a heartbeat,” the group said Posted on social media. “Thank you Wisconsin for making your voices heard today!”

The group also retweeted the support of progressive commentator Nina Turner on Wednesday.

“Yesterday, 47,000 voters in Wisconsin went to the polls and cast their ballots without being instructed. President Biden won Wisconsin in 2020 by 20,000 votes. wrote. “This president has to decide whether loyalty to Netanyahu is worth giving Trump the election in November. He has to decide.

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The Biden administration has pressed the Israeli government to better account for civilian casualties and not allow more humanitarian aid into Gaza. Famine is beginning to loom in the region, the United Nations has warned, as US-backed airdrops run short of aid supplies.

Although construction is estimated to take several months, the administration is building a ship in Gaza to deliver the aid, and the State Department said there is no plan for exactly how the aid will be distributed once the ship is built.

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