Super Tuesday: Who Came Out On Top

Super Tuesday: Who Came Out On Top

(RightWing.org) – After a long night filled with drama, uncertainty, and flip flops on who wins what state, the results of Super Tuesday can be, more or less, confidently called.

A few states are still tallying their votes, but the projected winners shouldn’t change. Maine is the only exception with Joe Biden’s 1% lead with 85% votes counted at the time of this writing, but the chances of even that changing is a long shot.

Biden came out of Super Tuesday with a majority of delegates with Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) coming in a close second.

Here’s the rundown of states won:

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Biden

  • Virginia
  • North Carolina
  • Alabama
  • Massachusetts
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  • Oklahoma
  • Tennessee
  • Arkansas
  • Minnesota
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  • Texas
  • Maine

Sanders

  • Vermont
  • Colorado
  • Utah
  • California

The currently projected delegate allocation is 453 to Biden and 382 to Sanders, though this may change slightly. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) got 50, Michael Bloomberg came out with 44, and even Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) received 1 delegate. If the DNC debate rules continue to stand, Gabbard may technically qualify to participate in the next debate with her newfound delegate.

To top off the night, Trump won a record number of votes on Super Tuesday.

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