Super Tuesday 2016: We’ve got what you’re looking for


Interactive Super Tuesday maps provide latest results

Super Tuesday is the biggest day of the 2016 Primary season as seen on this CBS Republican Delegate Scorecard. Thirteen states and one territory will be participating: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming and American Samoa.

Polls close in most states at 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. ET, (Arizona is two hours earlier.) Republican caucusing in Alaska will continue until midnight ET. Up for grabs are 595 delegates. The delegate calculator courtesy of Real Clear Politics, can be seen here.

There should be plenty here to keep even the most avid Politicos busy.


3 Responses to Super Tuesday 2016: We’ve got what you’re looking for

  1. Saguaro Sam says:

    Hillary celebrating at a BET (Black Entertainment TV) forum.
    And she wins the caucus in American Samoa.

    Rubio takes the Virginia areas that are occupied by Federal employees.

    A few months ago, a publication entitled Government Executives published a story which said that 43% of federal employees holding a supervisory position (GS 13 and above) indicate that they would retire or leave government service if Trump won the election.

  2. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Bernie Sanders won VT and OK. Marco Rubio won nothing (so far).
    Ted Cruz took TX and OK. The people in OK are an interesting bunch – Bernie and Ted. It’s possible they just detest Hillary.

    • Vince says:

      Ted Cruz previously won Iowa. He’s still got steam!

      You and I were on the same wave length as to the Oklahoma voters.

      Bernie is a elderly Socialist and Hillary is a lying wretch who will promise anyone anything to get back into the White House. Some choices!