- Former Vice President Joe Biden claimed victory in the South Carolina primary on February 29, ahead of Super Tuesday, prompting a number of other Democratic candidates to drop out of the race.
- Some of the former presidential contenders and along with other Democratic heavyweights threw their support behind the former vice president on the eve of the pivotal vote.
- Here’s who endorsed Biden the day before Super Tuesday.
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Following a victory in the South Carolina primary, former Vice President Joe Biden continues to ride on a high as his fellow 2020 competitors drop out on the eve of Super Tuesday.
Some former 2020 presidential contenders threw their support behind the former vice president, including former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, former Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar. Additionally, former Sen. Harry Reid — once the most powerful Democrat in the Senate — and former national security advisor Susan Rice also endorsed Biden in a bid to unify the party ahead of the pivotal primary on March 3.
Here’s who endorsed Biden the day before Super Tuesday: