Super Tuesday Results
Democrats and Obama supporters cheered in Chicago on Election Night. Barack Obama won a second term in the White House with a convincing win in the Electoral College count, even though the popular vote totals were much more evenly split.
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Super Tuesday Results

Tuesday evening, citizens across the United States in both political parties cast primary  and caucus ballots. Because so many states were involved, this single day collection of primary results is traditionally called Super Tuesday. Winning big on this day, across several regions of the country can solidify a presidential hopeful’s campaign and set that candidate up as the party’s front runner.

At the same time, performing poorly on Super Tuesday can end a campaign. Without winning some states and performing well in others–especially if a candidate has not succeeded in previous contests–it becomes very hard to convince campaign volunteers and financial donors to keep working for the hope of winning the nomination.

Keep track of the ongoing results of the party primaries contests with the following continuously updated Election Central posts.

Below are the percentage results of each candidate in each state’s contest. Click open each accordion to examine the data.

Democratic Party Results

Alabama

  • Hillary Clinton     78 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     19 percent

Arkansas

  • Hillary Clinton     66 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     30 percent

Colorado

Party caucus results

  • Hillary Clinton     40 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     59 percent

Georgia

  • Hillary Clinton     71 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     28 percent

Massachusetts

  • Hillary Clinton     50 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     49 percent

Minnesota

Party caucus results

  • Hillary Clinton     38 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     62 percent

Oklahoma

  • Hillary Clinton     42 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     52 percent

Tennessee

  • Hillary Clinton     66 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     32 percent

Texas

  • Hillary Clinton     65 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     33 percent

Vermont

  • Hillary Clinton     14 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     86 percent

Virginia

  • Hillary Clinton     64 percent
  • Bernie Sanders     35 percent

REPUBLICAN PARTY RESULTS

Republican Party Results

Alabama

  • Ben Carson     10 percent
  • Ted Cruz         21 percent
  • John Kasich   4 percent
  • Marco Rubio  19 percent
  • Donald Trump  43 percent

Alaska

Party caucus results

  • Ben Carson     11 percent
  • Ted Cruz       36 percent
  • John Kasich   4 percent
  • Marco Rubio  15 percent
  • Donald Trump  34 percent

Arkansas

  • Ben Carson     6 percent
  • Ted Cruz         31 percent
  • John Kasich   4 percent
  • Marco Rubio  25 percent
  • Donald Trump  33 percent

Georgia

  • Ben Carson     6 percent
  • Ted Cruz         24 percent
  • John Kasich   6 percent
  • Marco Rubio  25 percent
  • Donald Trump  39 percent

Massachusetts

  • Ben Carson     3 percent
  • Ted Cruz         10 percent
  • John Kasich   18 percent
  • Marco Rubio  18 percent
  • Donald Trump  49 percent

Minnesota

Party caucus results

  • Ben Carson     7 percent
  • Ted Cruz         29 percent
  • John Kasich   6 percent
  • Marco Rubio  37 percent
  • Donald Trump  21 percent

Oklahoma

  • Ben Carson     6 percent
  • Ted Cruz         34 percent
  • John Kasich   4 percent
  • Marco Rubio  26 percent
  • Donald Trump  28 percent

Tennessee

  • Ben Carson     8 percent
  • Ted Cruz         25 percent
  • John Kasich   4 percent
  • Marco Rubio  21 percent
  • Donald Trump  39 percent

Texas

  • Ben Carson     4 percent
  • Ted Cruz       44 percent
  • John Kasich   4 percent
  • Marco Rubio  18 percent
  • Donald Trump  27 percent

Vermont

  • Ben Carson     4 percent
  • Ted Cruz         10 percent
  • John Kasich   30 percent
  • Marco Rubio  19 percent
  • Donald Trump  33 percent

Virginia

  • Ben Carson     6 percent
  • Ted Cruz         17 percent
  • John Kasich   9 percent
  • Marco Rubio  32 percent
  • Donald Trump  35 percent
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