It’s make it or break it time for the Democratic presidential candidates! Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will go head-to-head on Mar. 15 for the second-biggest delegate grab this year. We’ll have the results of the primaries as soon as they come in, right here!
The results are in! Mar. 15 is the biggest day for the Democratic presidential candidates since Super Tuesday, and there’s a whole lot at stake. 691 delegates, to be exact. By the end of the day, Hillary Clinton, 68, could dominate or Bernie Sanders, 74, could close the gap between them. You’ll have to check in with us to find out!
Things are really heating up on the Democratic side, and Mar. 15 could make a huge difference in the 2016 presidential race. Hillary and Bernie are all but neck-in-neck in a race everyone expected Hil to win in a landslide. Bernie has been sneaking up from behind, and while Hillary has a huge amount more of super delegates, they can always change their mind to support Bernie if he pulls ahead on Mar. 15.
Hillary seems likely to finish her sweep of all of the southern states with Florida and North Carolina, but the other three are up in the air. The real fight will be for the Midwest. Bernie shocked the world when he won Michigan over the popular politician, and it’s possible he could do it again with Ohio, Missouri and Illinois, which are all big manufacturing states like Michigan.
Florida –– Hillary Clinton (65.2%)
Illinois — Hillary Clinton (50.6%)
Missouri — Hillary Clinton (50.1%)
North Carolina — Hillary Clinton (56.9%)
Ohio — Hillary Clinton (64.8%)
HollywoodLifers – who are you hoping to see take home the win on Super Tuesday II? Let us know your opinions!