Super Tuesday 2016 elections results live stream: How to watch Democratic, Republican details live

Super Tuesday 2016 elections results live stream: How to watch Democratic, Republican details live

Super Tuesday 2016 elections results live stream: How to watch Democratic, Republican details live

So finally Super Tuesday is here. Merely a day is left when as many as 14 states will try to select their candidate to stand in the presidential elections 2016. For the last month since the beginning of the primary season, primaries and caucuses have been held in 4 states.

Now during a single day, the fate of the Republican and Democratic presidential hopefuls will be decided in as many as 14 states. This is something that cannot be taken lightly by any candidate.

This is the reason hat for the last several weeks, both Democratic and Republican presidential hopefuls are crisscrossing the length and breadth of these states along with well-oiled campaign machinery to attract voters.
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Now Super Tuesday will decide their fate. Though there are instances when candidates who lost during the Super Tuesday in the past went on to not just win nomination, but also win the presidential election. Nonetheless it is rare. One such candidate whose name comes to the mind immediately is none other than President Barack Obama who lost to Hillary Clinton in Super Tuesday eight years ago. Nonetheless he eventually won the primary.

In the meantime tomorrow on March 1, as many as 13 states will hold Republican primary elections or caucuses, while 11 states plus the territory of American Samoa will do the same on the Democratic side. The biggest prize on either side will be the state of Texas with its 252 Democratic delegates and 155 delegates for the Republican candidates.

Republican delegates in Super Tuesday 2016 states

Alabama 50
Alaska 28
Arkansas 40
Georgia 76
Massachusetts 42
Minnesota 38
Oklahoma 43
Tennessee 58
Texas 155
Vermont 15
Virginia 49

There is little doubt that the state of Texas with the biggest haul of delegates will fall in Ted Cruz’s kitty. Ted Cruz, the 45-year-old, hard-line conservative first-term senator from the Lone Star State, held a 10.1 percentage point lead over Trump, according to the FiveThirtyEight weighted polling average, as of February 25. Polls close in most states at 7 p.m. Eastern Time, 4 p.m. Pacific, on Tuesday, March 1, which is when initial results should start appearing on the various live stream options.

In the meantime many people are eager to see the live streaming of the Super Tuesday 2016 primary election and caucus results. With Texas as the key state to win on Super Tuesday, a live stream from KRIV-TV News in Houston can be viewed in the following video.

While Donald Trump is expected to romp home with huge wins in most states beating Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, when it comes to Democrats, Hillary Clinton seems to be the front-runner. Polling in eight of the 11 Democratic Super Tuesday states shows Clinton well out in front of Sanders, as seen in the Real Clear Politics polling averages — and if those numbers are reflected in the final voting, Bernie Sanders will find himself with an increasingly dim and narrow path to the nomination, if one exists for him at all.

You can get live commentary of Super Tuesday 2016 on Washington Post at this link, or Politico at this link. Live online streaming Super Tuesday coverage and results visit CBS News at this link and ABC News Go by clicking on this link. On the other hand live streaming feeds with commentary besides latest results see CNN feed at this link, MSNBC here at this link, and Fox News by clicking here. You can also watch it on C-SPAN from 7:30 p.m. Eastern, 4:30 p.m. Pacific at this link.

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