Election Results 2016: Live Coverage Super Tuesday Videos, Clinton 7, Trump 7, Sanders 3, Cruz 2
Hillary Clinton vs Bernie Sanders in Super Tuesday 2016 States
Alabama 53 Delegates
Arkansas 32 Delegates
Colorado 66 Delegates
Georgia 102 Delegates
Massachusetts 91 Delegates
Minnesota 77 Delegates
Oklahoma 38 Delegates
Tennessee 67 Delegates
Texas 222 Delegates
Vermont 16 Delegates
Virginia 95 Delegates
Alaska 28 Delegates
Arkansas 40 Delegates
Georgia 76 Delegates
Massachusetts 42 Delegates
Minnesota 38 Delegates
Oklahoma 43 Delegates
Tennessee 58 Delegates
Texas 155 Delegates
Vermont 16 Delegates
Virginia 49 Delegates
7:07 p.m. Things seem to be turning out in favor of Hillary Clinton. She is doing well among all demographic group except for young people. As the exit polls show, she is winning black voters overwhelmingly and white voters by a narrower margin. She is winning every age group over 30, women and men, those with college degree and without, those making more than $100,000 and those making less, self-identifying liberals and moderates. The only major demographic Sanders captured in Georgia was people 17-29.
7:00 p.m. News reports suggest that Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic primaries in Georgia and Virginia, while Bernie Sanders has won Vermont.
6:30 p.m. So it is massive win for Hillary Clinton. With the exception of Vermont, majorities of Democratic primary voters said they think that either Hillary Clinton is the only honest or trustworthy candidate or both she and Sanders are trustworthy and honest.
7:07 p.m.Clinton is doing well among all demographic group except for young people. As the exit polls show, she is winning black voters overwhelmingly and white voters by a narrower margin. She is winning every age group over 30, women and men, those with college degree and without, those making more than $100,000 and those making less, self-identifying liberals and moderates.
Super Tuesday voting has finally begun. While the primary season began more than a month ago, Super Tuesday 2016 means that the US election fight has entered a crucial stage.
The fate of all the presidential hopefuls from both the parties, Democratic as well as Republicans, hinge on the outcome of the Super Tuesday polls. Whoever does well here tonight is expected to get the nomination.
In the meantime all the polls indicate towards just a single outcome of the Super Tuesday, huge wins for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. To be true, both the front runners from Republican and Democratic partiesâ€™ are hoping to get the nomination as polls suggest them doing exceptionally well today.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump, as polls suggest, is leading in almost all the states that will hold primary contests or caucuses, most of them in the American South. The lone exception appeared to be Texas, where U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, who represents that state, enjoyed a narrow lead and was in desperate need of a victory. Nonetheless merely a ten percent lead for Ted Cruz means he is not winning most of delegates there either.
If Trump is able to convert leads in massive wins as poll suggest he will do, the billionaire businessman will advance toward sealing the nomination against opposition from Cruz, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, Ohio Governor John Kasich and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson.
In the meantime his close opponents Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are accusing him of not being faithful to his promises. Both demanded Trump to ask the New York Times to release an audiotape of an interview he gave to the newspaperâ€™s editorial board on Jan. 5, which they believe will show Trump does not back his own immigration policy.. The Trump campaign had no immediate response.
Meanwhile his opponents Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are engaged in a frantic effort to stop the billionaire – with Rubio in particular lobbing surprisingly personal attacks – but it is unclear whether they have made their move too late.
Marco Rubio said Trump will lose against Clinton in election. “If we nominate him [Trump], let me just tell you a vote a for Donald Trump tomorrow is literally a vote for Hillary Clinton in November and it cannot happen,” said Florida Senator Rubio at a campaign event in Jenks, Oklahoma, on Monday. Texas Senator Cruz attacked Trump’s position on illegal immigrants. The businessman has called for deporting all illegal immigrants and has said he would get the Mexican government to pay for the building of a wall along the US-Mexico border.
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- Alabama, 8Â a.m. and 8Â p.m.
- Alaska, 11Â a.m.Â andÂ midnight
- Arkansas, 8:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.
- Colorado, caucuses begin at 9 p.m.
- Georgia, 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
- Massachusetts, 7 a.m. and 8Â p.m.
- Minnesota, caucuses begin at 8 p.m.
- Oklahoma, 8Â a.m. and 8Â p.m.
- Tennessee,Â 8Â a.m. andÂ 8Â p.m.
- Texas,Â 8Â a.m. and 8Â p.m. or 9 p.m.
- Vermont, as early asÂ 5 a.m. to 7Â p.m.
- Virginia, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Wyoming, various times for caucuses
- American Samoa, caucuses begin at 2 p.m.