Livingston County goes for Trump, feels the Bern

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Primary graphicIn Tuesday’s Presidential Primary, Livingston County’s Republicans gave a thumbs up to Donald Trump, while Democrats gave the nod to Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Perhaps even more interesting is that Livingston County voters liked the two anti-establishment candidates at a higher percentage than did voters statewide and in the 8th Congressional District (which includes all of Livingston County).

It seems Livingston County’s Democrats felt the Bern. A lot. The senator from Vermont, who switched from Independent to the Democratic Party to run for president, received nearly two-thirds of the 10,435 votes cast in the county’s Democratic primary.

There were 39,069 votes cast in the Livingston County GOP primary.

For an amazing look at Tuesday’s Presidential Primary, take a look at the New York Times coverage.

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