Sen. Bernie Sanders shut out Folasade Adeluola in Vermont’s Democratic Senate primary on Tuesday as he seeks a third term in office.
With 10 percent of precincts reporting, the Associated Press called the race, showing Sanders carrying 94 percent of the vote. It was not immediately clear which Republican he will face in the general election in November.
Sanders’s win does not come as a surprise. The self-described democratic socialist won reelection in 2012 with about 71 percent of the vote. Before that, in 2006, he carried about 65 percent of the vote.
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