Super Tuesday is here and it’s crunch time for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and the remaining 2016 Presidential candidates! 13 states will hold primaries on March 1, and the big winner could be the next U.S. president! HollywoodLife.com wants you to know every result so click to watch.
It all comes down to this: Super Tuesday, the day that could name the Republican and Democratic candidates for the 2016 Presidential election. Will Donald Trump, 69, trample his GOP rivals, Ted Cruz, 45, and Marco Rubio, 44? Will Hillary Clinton, 68, feel the “bern” or will Bernie Sanders, 74, be sent packing?
There are 13 states voting on March 1, according to NPR, and with over 1,400 total delegates up for grabs, this is a vital day for every candidate. For many, Super Tuesday will result in heartache. However, it’s quite possible that one Democrat and one Republican could walk away from this day feeling super. Polls close in most states around 7:00 P.M. or 8:00 P.M., per CBS. Better be ready to see all the Super Tuesday coverage.
Republicans in Wyoming will hold their caucuses but they won’t have presidential preference polls, according to NPR. That means eyes will be on Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia to see if voters will pick Ted over Trump. Or, they may agree with Donald when he called Ted “a basket case” and send the ex-Celebrity Apprentice star to fight for the White House. If you have any questions about Super Tuesday, get them answered here.
There are 595 Republican candidates in play. Donald currently has 82, while Ted has 17 and Marco has 16. 1,237 are needed for to win the GOP nomination. If Donald can’t score a HUGE win on Super Tuesday, this Republican contest will keep going. That means more controversial tweets, horrible insults, and explosive arguments from Donald. Pick up Donald’s book, The Art of The Deal, here.
For Hillary and Bernie, they’ll be fighting for Alabama, American Samoa, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia and Democrats Abroad. Colorado will also hold a primary but like Wyoming, there won’t be a presidential option. Hillary currently has 544 delegates to Bernie’s 85. Despite Bernie’s win in New Hampshire, Super Tuesday could be super bad for the senator from Vermont. Show your support for Hillary or for Bernie by clicking here.
It’s going to be an exciting night! Will Donald seal the deal? Will Bernie burn out while Hillary rides to victory! Stick with HollywoodLife.com for all the breaking news and latest results!
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