Goodhue County follows statewide trend, puts support behind Sanders
More than 600 people crammed their way into the Twin Bluff Middle School cafeteria Tuesday night, ballots were printed on site to accommodate the crowds and at the end of the night, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders came out ahead of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Sanders took 343 votes in Red Wing, with 608 total across the county, according unnoficial results posted on the Minnesota Secretary of State website. Clinton received 259 in Red Wing, 467 county-wide.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who suspended his campaign in early February, received two votes and nine voters remained uncommitted in the county.
The trend in Goodhue County was statewide, as Sanders received nearly 63 percent of the vote in Minnesota, with Clinton at almost 37 percent.
Here are the results from the GOP caucuses across Goodhue County.