Polls are now closing across the Super Tuesday states, and results are beginning to come in from the Democratic race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. In the, Clinton won 8 primaries to Sanders’ 4. The chart of which states were won by Clinton and Sanders is below. You can also track all of the primaries (past and future) on the Primary Schedule page.
In Miami, Florida, Clinton delivered a victory speech with supporters at a Super Tuesday rally. During her speech, she congratulated Sanders for his strong showing, then she thanked all her supporters and volunteers who helped make her victories possible. She focused on the future and the road to nomination before taking a shot at Republican front-runner Donald Trump saying, “We know we’ve got work to do. It’s not to make America great again—America never stopped being great. We have to make America whole.” A full video from the rally is available on C-SPAN and is embedded below.
|Alabama||Open Primary||Hillary Clinton|
|American Samoa||Closed Caucus||Hillary Clinton|
|Arkansas||Open Primary||Hillary Clinton|
|Colorado||Closed Caucus||Bernie Sanders|
|Georgia||Open Primary||Hillary Clinton|
|Massachusetts||Semi-closed Primary||Hillary Clinton|
|Minnesota||Open Caucus||Bernie Sanders|
|Oklahoma||Semi-closed Primary||Bernie Sanders|
|Tennessee||Open Primary||Hillary Clinton|
|Texas||Open Primary||Hillary Clinton|
|Vermont||Open Primary||Bernie Sanders|
|Virginia||Open Primary||Hillary Clinton|
News Source: Politico