Former vice president Joe Biden won Hawaii’s Democratic presidential primary on Saturday, according to NBC News.
The race pitted Biden against Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, who ended his presidential campaign last month.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Democratic Party of Hawaii canceled the in-person vote and sent ballots to all voters in parties registered in the state.
Biden, who is about to face President Donald Trump in the general election, apologized on Friday for saying in a radio interview with African-American personality Charlamagne tha Dieu: “If you have a problem whether you’re for me or Trump, so you’re not black. “
Later, he called the remarks “unhappy”.