(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) -- HOUSTON — It promised to be a nail-biter, and Texas didn't disappoint.
Joe Biden eked out a win in Texas, the second-largest cache of delegates on offer this Super Tuesday, beating Bernie Sanders, the front-runner before the late consolidation of center-left support behind the two-term vice president.
With 79% of precincts reporting, Biden had 32.7% of the vote and 30-plus delegates to Sanders's 29.2% and 23 delegates. Billionaire former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was also viable with 15.6%.
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