HONOLULU, OAU (Ben Caxton) — Joe Biden won the Democratic Party of Hawaiiâs party-run presidential primary on Saturday, which was delayed by more than a month because of the coronavirus. Biden defeated Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders 63% to 37%. Biden won 16 of Hawaiiâs delegates and Sanders will take eight. Biden has a total of 1,566 delegates to the partyâs national convention, according to the count by the Associated Press. He needs 1,991 delegates to win the nomination, a threshold he is projected to reach in June. A total of 35,044 voters cast ballots in the party-run primary. All ballots were cast by mail. The party had initially planned to hold the primary on April 4 and had expected most party members would vote by mail and some would cast ballots at about 20 in-person polling sites around the state. It began mailing ballots to registered party members in early March back when Sanders and Biden were the two front-runners and Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard was still maintaining her long-shot bid for the nomination.