super tuesday primary results

Super Tuesday Primary Results

Super Tuesday, taking place this year on Mar. 3, marks one of the biggest events in the presidential primary. Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia voted.

Roughly 34% of the pledged delegates awarded to Democratic candidates are determined on this day.

Joe Biden led the candidates, winning a total of 10 states. 4,509,657 people voted for Biden. He gained 380 delegates, contributing to his current total of 433.

Biden’s sudden momentum could likely be attributed to the support he acquired from his fellow moderate candidates. Senator Klobuchar and Mayor Buttigieg both dropped within days of Super Tuesday and placed their support behind Biden.

Bernie Sanders won four states. Sanders was voted for by 3,668,023 people. He also received 328 delegates, with his total now reaching 388.

Following the two front-runners, Warren gained 28 delegates, Bloomberg gained 12 and Gabbard gained 1. Disappointed with these results, Bloomberg and Warren have since dropped out of the race.

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