It’s the biggest political sequel since George W. Bush. Super Tuesday II takes place on March 15 and five major states will hold primaries. The outcome could determine the candidates in the 2016 presidential election and HollywoodLife.com has the details when you can expect the results!
There may only be five states holding primaries on Super Tuesday II, but with so many delegates up for grabs, this might be the one political showdown that matters. Will Hillary Clinton, 68, feel the “bern” of another upset, or will she finally beat Bernie Sanders, 74, for good? Will Ted Cruz, 45, Marco Rubio, 44, and John Kasich, 63, dump Donald Trump, 69, or will The Donald be named the Republican party’s nominee?
These questions might be answered on the event the political world is calling “Super Tuesday II.” Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio voters all go to the polls on March 15. The decision could very well doom certain political campaigns, while leaving other candidates feeling more than super. The Sunshine State will finish first, as polls close at 7:00 P.M. EST in Florida, according to NJ.com.
North Carolina and Ohio will finish at 7:30 P.M. EST and Illinois and Missouri will wrap things up around 8:00 P.M. EST. As always, HollywoodLife.com will have all the results as they break so come back here to see who won and who lost.
Depending on how the voting goes, it could be over in time for Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. at 9:00 P.M. EST. Currently, Hillary leads in all five states, according to Slate.com. However Bernie’s right behind her in Ohio, Illinois and Missouri. Could there be another Michigan Upset in the works? It doesn’t matter whom you want to see in the White House in 2017 – you can get .
The major drama — of course — is around Donald Trump and the rest of the GOP field. Unlike the Democratic vote, Florida and Ohio are “Winner Take All” states, and a combined 165 delegates are at stake. Trump is polling at around 42% in Florida, while Marco (who is a U.S. senator FROM Florida) is pulling only 23%. Yikes. Plus, Trump is leading in Illinois, even after canceling a March 11 Chicago rally due to massive violence!
The only place where Trump isn’t leading is in John Kasich’s home of Ohio, as RealClearPolitics puts the Ohio Governor at 36%, with a 78% chance to take the state’s 66 delegates. Since John had said he’d drop out of the race if he didn’t win Ohio, his campaign needs a victory if it’s going to survive! But, if Marco can’t win over Florida, does it mean the end for Rubio’s run for the Republican nomination?
Who do you want to win Super Tuesday II, HollywoodLifers?