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2016 Super Tuesday election results live: States and Delegates won by Trump, Clinton, Sanders, Cruz

2016 Super Tuesday election results live: States and Delegates won by Trump, Clinton, Sanders, Cruz

2016 Super Tuesday election results live: States and Delegates won by Trump, Clinton, Sanders, Cruz

Super Tuesday 2016 has come and gone and the primary season seems to have entered a crucial stage. While both front runners, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have managed to come out with great performances, the two have failed to manage to beat out the competitors.

While both were able to win seven states each, Bernie Sanders still managed to win four states and came very close to winning Massachusetts, Ted Cruz too won three states including Alaska and Texas. Their wins tonight and one win each last month mean that the two remain in the race solidly. On the other hand, Rubio could win only a single state in the form of Minnesota.

While Donald Trump was able to win Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia, Hillary Clinton won Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

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In the meantime billionaire businessman Donald Trump’s rival Ted Cruz, a US senator from Texas, won his home state and neighboring Oklahoma, bolstering his argument he had the best chance to stop the controversial Trump. US Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, favorite of the Republican establishment, was projected the winner in Minnesota, his first victory.

On the other hand, when it comes to Democratic Party hopefuls, Clinton’s rival Bernie Sanders won his home state Vermont along with Colorado, Minnesota and Oklahoma and vowed to pursue the battle for the nomination in the 35 states that had yet to vote. Super Tuesday was the biggest single day of state-by-state contests to select party nominees for the November 8 election to succeed Democratic President Barack Obama.

In her victory speech Clinton said, “I’m grateful to all of you who voted for me, to the volunteers and organizers. I know you worked your hearts out. To all my friends, many of a lifetime who traveled to all the states to tell people about the candidate they knew, and the hundreds of thousands of people who went to HillaryClinton.com to give what they could – most less than $100 – now this campaign moves forward to the Crescent City, Motor City and beyond.

She went on to add, “We’re going to work for every vote, and we will need all of you to keep volunteering, contributing, doing everything you can, talking to your friends and neighbors because this country belongs to all of us not just those at the top. Not just the people who look one way, worship one way or even think one way…America is strong when we’re all strong. We know we’ve got work to do. That work, that work is not to make America great again. America never stopped being great. We have to make America whole. We have to fill in what’s been hallowed out.

Former secretary of state added, “We have to make strong the broken place, re-stitch the bonds of trust and respect across our country. Now, it might be unusual, as I’ve said before, for a presidential candidate to say this, but I’m going to keep saying it: I believe what we need in America today is more love and kindness”

Republican Super Tuesday 2016 performance
Feb 01, 2016
Iowa 30 Delegates
Cruz 28%
Trump 24%
Rubio 23%
Carson 9%
Paul 5%
Bush 3%
Fiorina 2%
Kasich 2%
Huckabee 2%
Christie 2%
Santorum 1%
Feb 09, 2016
New Hampshire 23 Delegates
Trump 35%
Kasich 16%
Cruz 12%
Bush 11%
Rubio 11%
Christie 7%
Fiorina 4%
Carson 2%
Paul 1%
Huckabee 0%
Santorum 0%
Feb 20, 2016
South Carolina 50 Delegates
Trump 33%
Rubio 22%
Cruz 22%
Bush 8%
Kasich 8%
Carson 7%
Feb 23, 2016
Nevada 30 Delegates
Trump 46%
Rubio 24%
Cruz 21%
Carson 5%
Kasich 4%
Bush 0%
Mar 01, 2016
Alabama 50 Delegates
Trump 43%
Cruz 21%
Rubio 19%
Carson 10%
Kasich 4%
Bush 0%
Alaska 28 Delegates
Cruz 36%
Trump 33%
Rubio 15%
Carson 11%
Kasich 4%
Arkansas 40 Delegates
Trump 33%
Cruz 30%
Rubio 25%
Carson 6%
Kasich 4%
Bush 1%
Georgia 76 Delegates
Trump 39%
Rubio 24%
Cruz 24%
Carson 6%
Kasich 6%
Bush 1%
Massachusetts 42 Delegates
Trump 49%
Kasich 18%
Rubio 18%
Cruz 10%
Carson 3%
Bush 1%
Minnesota 38 Delegates
Rubio 37%
Cruz 29%
Trump 21%
Carson 7%
Kasich 6%
Oklahoma 43 Delegates
Cruz 34%
Trump 28%
Rubio 26%
Carson 6%
Kasich 4%
Bush 0%
Tennessee 58 Delegates
Trump 39%
Cruz 25%
Rubio 21%
Carson 8%
Kasich 5%
Bush 1%
Texas 155 Delegates
Cruz 44%
Trump 27%
Rubio 18%
Kasich 4%
Carson 4%
Bush 1%
Vermont 16 Delegates
Trump 33%
Kasich 30%
Rubio 19%
Cruz 10%
Carson 4%
Bush 2%
Virginia 49 Delegates
Trump 35%
Rubio 32%
Cruz 17%
Kasich 9%
Carson 6%
Bush 0%

Democratic Super Tuesday performances
Mar 01, 2016
Alabama 53 Delegates
Clinton 78%
Sanders 19%
Arkansas 32 Delegates
Clinton 66%
Sanders 30%
Colorado 66 Delegates
Sanders 59%
Clinton 40%
Georgia 102 Delegates
Clinton 71%
Sanders 28%
Massachusetts 91 Delegates
Clinton 50%
Sanders 49%
Minnesota 77 Delegates
Sanders 62%
Clinton 38%
Oklahoma 38 Delegates
Sanders 52%
Clinton 42%
Tennessee 67 Delegates
Clinton 66%
Sanders 32%
Texas 222 Delegates
Clinton 65%
Sanders 33%
Vermont 16 Delegates
Sanders 86%
Clinton 14%
Virginia 95 Delegates
Clinton 64%
Sanders 35%

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