Here are the presidential primary updates you need to know:
Delaware: Delaware election officials said Wednesday that the state was planning to continue with its April 28 primary. “We’re continuing to monitor the situation at this point and plan to proceed as scheduled,” state Elections Commissioner Anthony Albence said.
Kirkland & Ellis senior partner Jon Henes, the former national finance chair for Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign, is forming a fundraising committee with other corporate restructuring attorneys to support Biden’s campaign.
Bernie Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir said on Wednesday, “The next primary contest is at least three weeks away. Sen. Sanders is going to be having conversations with supporters to assess his campaign.”
The Wall Street Journalreported on Donald Trump’s changing re-election strategy following the coronavirus pandemic.
The Lincoln Project, a group formed by anti-Trump Republicans, released an ad attacking Trump that compares him to a virus.
Bill Weldsuspended his presidential campaign on Wednesday. He won one delegate from Iowa throughout the Republican primary process.