Missouri voters will go to the polls Tuesday, March 10, 2020 to nominate candidates for U.S. President.
Warren suspended her campaign but remains on the ballot. It means you can vote for her. It’s a Presidential Preference Primary, Vote your preference.
Suspended campaign as opposed to ending, also means, Warren keeps delegates earned. If she gets 15% of the vote in the Missouri Presidential Presidential Primary, she gets one or more delegates from Missouri to the Missouri Democratic Party Convention and Democratic National Convention. The conventions not only nominate a candidate for the Presidential General Election but also write the party platforms.
Want Elizabeth Warren’s Plans in the platforms? Vote Warren.
It’s an open primary. Voters may chose to vote a Democratic Party, Republican Party, Libertarian Party, Green Party, or Constitution Party ballot.
For the Democratic Party, Missouri will have 68 Pledged Delegates to the National Democratic Convention to nominate their candidate. Candidates are allocated delegates proportionally based on the results of the March 10 Primary. A candidate needs 15% of the vote at the Congressional District or Statewide to earn one or more delegates.