Mike Bloomberg won his first competition, carrying the American Samoa Democratic caucuses and winning at least four delegates on Super Tuesday, NBC News jobs.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, that had been born in Western Samoa, obtained 29.3 percent, or 103 votes, also earned one tap, together with 99 percent. Among American Samoa’s six delegates has not yet been given.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., won 10.5 percentage and Joe Biden won 8.8 percentage, both falling short of the 15 percent threshold required to qualify for any delegates.
Bloomberg’s effort was busy in Western Samoa.
American Samoa continues to be an unincorporated U.S. land since 1900 covering seven South Pacific Islands and is home to approximately 55,000 inhabitants. As American Samoa is a territory and doesn’t have any representation in Congress, American Samoa doesn’t have electoral votes in the presidential elections.
Hillary Clinton won American Samoa Caucus in 2016.
Bloomberg spent approximately $500 million on his presidential effort, bypassing early voting nations and focusing his efforts on Super Tuesday in hopes he could win large and supply moderate Republicans tired of Biden’s staying power with a different alternative.