Maine Still Too Close To Call, Biden And Sanders Tied

Portland’s ABC News affiliate reports:

Maine’s Democratic presidential primary remained too close to call Wednesday morning. Only a few hundred votes separate former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. The lead flip-flopped several times Tuesday night, with Biden now holding an edge Wednesday, with roughly 80% of precincts reporting. Biden so far has won nine of the 14 Super Tuesday states. A Maine victory would be the 10th. The candidates are vying for Maine’s 24 pledged delegates to the Democratic National Convention. The state also has eight unpledged delegates.