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Super Tuesday Live: Biden continues streak, wins Minnesota

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Biden wins Minnesota…

Biden wins Arkansas…

Warren loses state she was born in, Oklahoma…

Remember that winning a state does not mean a candidate gets all the delegates. Sanders may be close in delegates at the end of the night even if he loses lots of states…

Biden wins Tennessee…

High turnout in Texas, that helps Sanders…

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Warren continues to do badly…

Biden takes Oklahoma…Sanders wins Colorado…

Bloomberg campaign has moved on to Florida…his personal favorability ratings are low…

Coronavirus an issue for voters…

Bloomberg gets first delegates by win in Samoa…lowers expectations for the night…

Young voters not turning out…Older voters big time for Biden…Democrats rejecting socialism…Black voters massive for Biden…Liz Warren in third place in her home state of Massachusetts…

Late breaking votes going for Biden…

Biden wins Alabama…

Biden takes delegate lead with Virginia win…

Democrat voters emphasize ability to beat Trump in their votes…Biden has raised $15 million since his South Carolina win…Bloomberg tanking all over…

North Carolina goes for BIDEN.

Vermont goes for SANDERS…Virginia goes for BIDEN.

Here’s the Super Tuesday backstory and breakdown to this point:

States: 14 states are in. 1,357 delegates on the line, 34% of the total. The states are listed below and results will be updated throughout the night in headlines and under their individual headings. All times are in EST.

Polls close at 7pm in Vermont and Virginia and 730 in North Carolina. 8pm in Tennessee (delayed), Oklahoma, Massachusetts, Maine, and Alabama. 830 in Arkansas. Polls close at 9pm in Texas, Minnesota, and Colorado. They close at 10pm in Utah and and 11pm in California. Results begin to come in between 1-2 hours after polls close. Exit poll and media calls on races can be earlier.

Delegate Count: Before Super Tuesday it stands at 58 for Sanders, 50 for Biden, 8 for Warren, and 0 for Bloomberg. All other delegates have been awarded to candidates no longer in the race. If Sanders can be kept below 600 delegates after tonight’s results he can be stopped. If he tops 600 it will be hard to deny him the nomination if he is victorious in the upcoming primaries he is expected to win.

Polls: Latest national polls have Sanders at 29%, Biden at 26%, Bloomberg at 17%, and Warren at 11%. A big question tonight is where will Klobuchar and Buttigieg voters go? As both candidates have endorsed Biden, those voters are likely to trend his way. But Bloomberg could surprise expectations.

 

LIVE STATE BY STATE UPDATES:

Alabama—52 delegates, not winner take all. Biden wins.

Arkansas—31 delegates, not winner take all. Biden wins.

American Samoa- 6 delegates. Bloomberg wins.

California—415 delegates, not winner take all. Look for a Sanders win, but Biden will gain a decent amount of delegates.

Colorado—67 delegates, not winner take all. Sanders wins.

Maine—24 delegates, not winner take all. Sanders, he’s the regional favorite.

Massachusetts—91 delegates, not winner take all. Bernie will likely embarrass Liz Warren and win her home state. But not by that much. She may drop out right after.

Minnesota—75 delegates, not winner take all. Biden wins.

North Carolina—110 delegates, not winner take all. Biden wins.

Oklahoma—37 delegates, not winner take all. Biden wins.

Tennessee—64 delegates, not winner take all. Biden wins.

Texas—Along with California, the big tamales: 228 delegates, not winner take all. Biden, but by less than he thinks.

Utah—29 delegates, not winner take all. Sanders, probably. But if you’re a Democrat in Utah you’re strange anyway. So, it could get weird there. That could help Bloomberg.

Vermont—16 delegates, not winner take all. Sanders wins.

Virginia—99 delegates, not winner take all. Biden wins.

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