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How to Watch 2020 Arizona, Florida and Illinois Primary Results Live Online on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, iOS and Android

Stephanie Sengwe

After a couple of losing streaks, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is hoping to sweep the 441 delegates at stake today at the Arizona, Florida and Illinois primaries today. If he can’t pull that off, Sanders might have to concede to former Vice President Joe Biden, who has not only won the last several primaries but has also received endorsements from former candidates.

Ohio was also scheduled to hold their primary today, but Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Monday night that the primary would be postponed.

How to Watch 2020 Arizona, Florida and Illinois Primary Results

Today’s primaries see voters in Florida, a key swing state, along with Arizona and Illinois heading to the polls. “In Florida, older voters have strong voting power. That could benefit Biden and hurt Sanders, who draws his biggest base of support from young voters,” according to The Associated Press.

Four hundred and forty-one delegates are at stake today. Florida leads the pack with 219, followed by Illinois at 155 and Arizona with 67.

Measures have also been taken to ensure that voters are protected in the wake of the coronavirus. Officials from all three states are working to take extra precautions to keep voting machines clean and sanitized. Voting locations will also post guidance from local health officials to make sure participants are practicing proper care, USA Today reports.

“Americans have participated in elections during challenging times in the past, and based on the best information we have from public health officials, we are confident that voters in our states can safely and securely cast their ballots in this election, and that otherwise healthy poll workers can and should carry out their patriotic duties on Tuesday,” said Arizona Secretary of State Kathy Hobbs, Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee, Illinois Elections Board Chairman Charles Scholz and Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose in a joint statement that was issued before Ohio postponed their primary.

How to Stream 2020 Arizona, Florida and Illinois Primary Results

You can stream results for the 2020 Florida primary live with a Live TV Streaming Service, or you can watch with your TV Everywhere credentials using the CNN, MSNBC and Fox News mobile apps for iOS and Android or watch on their sites.

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