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Full Results: Trump, Biden Dominate Super Tuesday Races

Former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden each dominated their party’s respective primaries on Super Tuesday, moving closer to officially wrapping up the primary season as the two are set for a rematch this upcoming fall.

The Super Tuesday states are the same for both the Democratic Party and Republican Party with two exceptions. The Democratic Party’s Iowa Caucus is tonight, whereas the Republican Party’s Iowa Caucus was in January. And the Republican Party holds it Alaska Caucus tonight whereas the Democratic Party holds its contest in the state next month.

Trump reacted to his blowout victories across the country by calling it a “great evening” and saying that it was his “honor to represent not just the Republican Party but our country in leading it back to health and prosperity.”

The following results from the Associated Press will be updated throughout the night:

Alabama:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 35% of the vote counted, Trump led by 72 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 17% of the votes counted, Biden led by 85 points.

Alaska (R only):

  • Republican Party:

Arkansas:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 50% of the vote counted, Trump led by 51 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 70% of the votes counted, Biden led by 86 points.

California:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 91% of the vote counted, Trump led by 29 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 11% of the votes counted, Biden led by nearly 90 points

Colorado:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 11% of the vote counted, Trump led by almost 50 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 75% of the votes counted, Biden led by 78 points.

Iowa (D only):

  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With nearly all the votes counted, Biden secured 90.9% of the vote.

Maine:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 45% of the vote counted, Trump led by 45 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 40% of the vote counted, Biden led by 86 points.

Massachusetts:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 22% of the vote counted, Trump led by 28 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 14% of the vote counted, Biden led by 72 points.

Minnesota:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 27% of the vote counted, Trump led by 41 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 19% of the vote counted, Biden led by 57 points.

North Carolina:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 52% of the vote counted, Trump led by 52 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 76% of the votes counted, Biden led by 76 points.

Oklahoma:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 88% of the vote counted, Trump led by 66 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With >95% of the votes counted, Biden led by 63 points.

Tennessee:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 67% of the vote counted, Trump led by 59 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 52% of the votes counted, Biden led by 87 points.

Texas:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 48% of the vote counted, Trump led by 58 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 47% of the votes counted, Biden led by 83 points.

Utah:

  • Republican Party:
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 42% of the votes counted, Biden led by 85 points.

Vermont:

  • Republican Party: Nikki Haley defeats Donald Trump. With 84% of the vote counted, Haley led just under 4 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 44% of the vote counted, Biden led by 85 points.

Virginia:

  • Republican Party: Donald Trump defeats Nikki Haley. With 91% of the vote counted, Trump led by 29 points.
  • Democratic Party: Joe Biden wins. With 82% of the vote counted, Biden led by 80 points.

With Trump’s victories on Tuesday night, he now has more than half the number of total delegates that he needs to reach the 1,215 required delegates to become the party’s nominee. Trump currently has 751 delegates while Haley only has 62.

President Joe Biden has won 812 delegates thus far, with the next closest candidate — Jason Palmer, an unknown candidate who beat Biden by 11 votes in American Samoa, 51 to 40 — having only 3 delegates. No other candidates have any delegates in the Democratic Party primary.

READ 11 COMMENTS
  • Walter Jones says:

    A vote for Biden is a vote for Satan.

  • DONNA MAJOR says:

    i wish they would tell how many Republicans and how many democrats voted. That would be a clearer picture of who is really ahear.

  • Michael says:

    I’m stumped. How could biden “dominate in anything that requires his presence? And what intelligent person could possibly consider him as president of our United States?

  • John sweet says:

    I just love that Biden ran unopposed and still did not garner all the votes, the undecided percentages were telling for what is supposedly a winner!

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