The Political Aftermath Of Super Tuesday

Some candidates had a terrible Tuesday The dust is settling after the Super Tuesday primaries revealing the top candidates of the upcoming presidential election while having some candidates drop...

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Some candidates had a terrible Tuesday

The dust is settling after the Super Tuesday primaries revealing the top candidates of the upcoming presidential election while having some candidates drop out of the race entirely. We breakdown all the polling results along with the dropped candidates.

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders came out on top with the Democratic candidates but Biden was the one that came out on top. Biden won 365 delegates over 9 states and Sanders won 306 delegates over 4 states with a majority of the states reporting at 100%.

Elizabeth Warren won 41 delegates and Mike Bloomberg got 34 delegates votes as the lower competition candidate. Bloomberg wasn’t expecting the low results with his multi-million dollar campaign and decided to drop out of the race, announcing he will be endorsing Joe Biden for his presidential run.

With the other two top running Democratic candidates, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar, suspending their campaigns it seems that Sander and Biden will be the top two Democratic candidates still in the running. People on Twitter are calling for Warren to drop her campaign with the hopes that her supporters give their votes to Sanders to have a better chance going up against Biden.

Donald Trump is running virtually unopposed in the Republican party winning all 299 delegates in Alabama, Arkansas, California, and Colorado. With Super Tuesday over, some of the biggest states are accounted for but more are soon to come in the upcoming primaries so get ready to get to your local polling station.

Presidential Primaries Election Calendar

March 10:
– Idaho
– Michigan
– Mississippi
– Missouri
– North Dakota
– Washington

March 17:
– Arizona
– Florida
– Illinois
– Ohio

March 24:
– Georgia

April 4:
– Alaska
– Hawaii
– Louisiana
– Wyoming

April 7:
– Wisconsin

April 28:
– Connecticut
– Delaware
– Maryland
– New York
– Pennsylvania
– Rhoda Island

May 2:
– Kansas

May 5:
– Indiana

May 12:
– Nebraska
– West Virginia

May 19:
– Kentucky
– Oregon

June 2:
– District of Columbia
– Montana
– New Jersey
– New Mexico
– South Dakota

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