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On Tuesday, March 15, everything about the 2016 election could change. That is, of course, if the American people are ready to put a pause on Donald Trump‘s Republican reign, and give Bernie Sanders a boost over his opponent, Hillary Clinton.
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If you want to watch the results of Super Tuesday II as they happen, then you are in luck! You can CLICK HERE to watch the live coverage on CNN, where results will be coming in throughout the evening of March 15. The first polls close at 7:30pm ET, so results should start being announced shortly after.
The states participating in Super Tuesday II: Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio. And yes, all eyes are on potential candidate Donald Trump, especially after multiple protests have started to interfere with his campaigning.
However, the extremely tight race between democrat hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will also be exciting to watch. Could Super Tuesday II be the night that pushes one of them out of the running for good? Only time will tell!
On the first Super Tuesday on March 1, Donald Trump took the republican vote in Georgia, Vermont, Virginia, Alabama, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Alabama, leaving his opponents, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, with the leftovers. Ted took Oklahoma, Texas, and Alaska. Marco had only Minnesota.
On the democrat side, Hillary Clinton took American Samoa, Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Texas. That means Bernie Sanders had Vermont, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Minnesota. Obviously, Hillary took the lead!
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