Colorado is apparently feeling the Bern. Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders won the state of Colorado in the Presidential Primary on Super Tuesday, beating Joseph Biden, Michael Bloomberg and Elizabeth Warren. 

The New York Times reported that Sanders totaled 273,677 votes in the Colorado Presidential Primary, which accounted for 32 percent of the votes. Of Colorado's 64 counties, Sanders took 53, including Larimer and Weld, The New York Times said.

Sanders also won the state of Colorado in the 2016 election.

According to CBS News, Bloomberg spent $10 million in advertising in Colorado, while Biden spent less than $10,000. However, following the primary, Bloomberg ended his presidential campaign, and is now endorsing Biden, whom he believes 'has the best chance of defeating President Donald Trump,' CNBC shared.

President Trump voiced his opinion on the democratic candidates on his Twitter.

Currently, the Biden is in the lead as the democratic candidate, with Sanders close behind to run against President Trump in the 2020 election. See more here.

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