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Super Tuesday Schedule 2016


StateDelegatesTypeResults
Alabama
7am to 7pm ET
60 D, 50 R
Proportional
OpenSee Result
Alaska Republican Caucus
3pm to 8pm Alaska Time
7pm to 12am ET
28
Proportional
ClosedSee Result
American Samoa Democratic Caucus
No information is available
10OpenSee Result
Arkansas
7:30am to 7:30pm CT(8:30am to 8:30pm ET)
37 D, 40 R
Proportional
OpenSee Result
Colorado Caucuses
Democratic Caucus
7pm MT(9pm ET)
Republican Caucus
GOP Caucus Details
7pm MT
79 D, 37 R
Proportional
ClosedSee Result
Democrats Abroad
Voting held at sites in 40 countries through March 8
17 See Result
Georgia
7am to 7pm ET
116 D, 76 R
Proportional
OpenSee Result
Massachusetts
7am to 8pm ET
116 D, 42 R
Proportional
MixedNA
Minnesota Caucuses
Starts at 7pm CT(8pm ET)
93 D, 38 R
Proportional
OpenSee Result
Oklahoma
7am to 7pm CT(8am to 8pm ET)
42 D, 43 R
Proportional
ClosedSee Result
Tennessee
7am to 7pm CT(8am to 8pm ET)
76 D, 58 R
Proportional
OpenSee Result
Texas
7am to 7pm CT(8am to 8pm ET)
252 D, 155 R
Proportional
OpenSee Result
Vermont
Opens between 5am and 10am depending on town
All Vermont polls closed by 7pm ET
26 D, 16 R
Proportional
OpenSee Result
Virginia
7am to 7pm ET
110 D, 49 R
Proportional
OpenSee Result

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameClinton Sanders
Vote16261
Vote%73%27%
Delegates83
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameCruz Trump Rubio
Vote7,0686,5262,925
Vote%36.5%33.7%15.1%
Delegates11115
Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameSanders Clinton
Vote71,62749,102
Vote%58.9%40.4%
Delegates3324
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameTrump Kasich Rubio
Vote298,826110,454109,420
Vote%49.0%18.1%17.9%
Delegates2288

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameClinton Sanders
Vote588,590568,378
Vote%50.3%48.5%
Delegates4543
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameCruz Trump Rubio
Vote157,941130,141119,562
Vote%34.4%28.3%26.0%
Delegates141211

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameSanders Clinton
Vote174,054139,338
Vote%51.9%41.5%
Delegates2016
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameTrump Cruz Rubio
Vote371,715180,601161,611
Vote%43.3%21.1%18.8%
Delegates2820

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameClinton Sanders
Vote309,68076,376
Vote%77.8%19.2%
Delegates374
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
Nametrump cruz rubio
Vote487,043296,299295,380
Vote%39.30%23.90%23.80%
Delegates3250

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameClinton Sanders
Vote483,074192,012
Vote%71.20%28.30%
Delegates6523
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameTrump Cruz Rubio
Vote128,701120,886100,257
Vote%32.6%30.3%25.2%
Delegates1396

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameClinton Sanders
Vote141,13263,189
Vote%66.4%29.8%
Delegates186
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameRubioCruzTrump
Vote41,07332,24223,650
Vote%36.8%28.9%21.2%
Delegates12118

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameSanders Clinton
Vote127,04778,778
Vote%61.7%38.3%
Delegates4224
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameTrump Cruz Rubio
Vote332,702211,159100,257
Vote%38.9%24.7%21.2%
Delegates30122

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameClinton Sanders
Vote245,304120,333
Vote%66.1%32.4%
Delegates3920
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameTrump Kasich Rubio
Vote19,37918,03411,468
Vote%32.7%30.4%19.3%
Delegates660

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameSanders Clinton
Vote112,42617,707
Vote%86.2%13.6%
Delegates100
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameTrump Rubio Cruz
Vote356,060327,467173,373
Vote%34.7%31.9%16.9%
Delegates17168

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameClinton Sanders
Vote504,104275,842
Vote%64.3%35.2%
Delegates6132
Republican Party
 WinnerRunner1Runner2
NameCruz Trump Rubio
Vote1,148,194707,053463,205
Vote%43.7%26.9%17.6%
Delegates57200

Democratic Party
 WinnerRunner
NameClinton Sanders
Vote862,973438,289
Vote%65.2%33.1%
Delegates12248

Super Tuesday in the US - Why important for US election


As the second-most important Tuesday in the American political process, Super Tuesday is the day when nearly half of the US states in the union hold
political primaries, caucuses and conventions in order to determine their specific candidates for the United States President. Referring to the Tuesday in the month of February or March of a presidential election year, Super Tuesday indicates the day when more delegates can be won as compared to any other single day of the presidential elections calendar for a certain year.

Super Tuesday- A closer look at its history
The first ‘Super Tuesday’ took place in the year 1988, right after the Democratic National Committee started working with multiple Southern states which were interested in proclaiming the vitality of their role in generating the nomination for a political party. Soon after its release, Super Tuesday became a hard-to-tame monster. It was primarily designed to nationalize the message of trying to reduce the influence of the ‘Iowa syndrome’. The term ‘Iowa’ refers to the first local nominating contests that are conducted every four years when president of the United States of America is chosen as a result of elections. The then Virginia senator Chuck Robb had described ‘Super Tuesday’ as an effective initiative to offset immense retail politics that originated from spread-out primaries. If the candidates seeking the presidency were able to do well on ‘Super Tuesday’, then they automatically grabbed better chances of securing their party’s nomination in the upcoming Presidential elections scheduled for the respective year.

Super Tuesday 2016 States

PartyStates
Democrats and RepublicansAlabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Virginia
RepublicansAlaska, North Dakota and Wyoming caucuses.
DemocratsAmerican Samoa caucus

Super Tuesday 2016- What is the scheduled date?
Super Tuesday for the United States Presidential election year 2016 is scheduled to be held on March 1, 2016. The date has also been dubbed “SEC Primary” simply because of the large count of participating states that would be represented in the U.S. collegiate Southeastern Conference.

Super Tuesday- Which all U.S. states are participating this year?
Super Tuesday for the year 2016 will be participated by U.S. states including Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado caucuses, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota caucuses, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wyoming Republican caucuses. Here’s a look at the preparations of some of these U.S. states:

  1. Alabama An American politician and the junior United States Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders recently addressed a crowd of 7,000 in the conservative state of Alabama and pledged to take the legacy of Martin Luther King forward. Fortunately, Hillary Clinton has a Super Tuesday problem and Bernie Sanders is all set to dominate this year’s Super Tuesday and defeat Clinton in Southern States.

  2. Alaska Alaska Republicans have to do a lot of work in order to determine the Republican presidential nominee who would have an R against his name when the American voters make their final choice. In Alaska, the straw poll is called the Presidential Preference Poll and the same is open to all registered Republicans. In the ‘Super Tuesday’ event, candidates who receive at least 13 percent of the PPP vote would be awarded Alaska delegate votes via a mathematically proportional system detailed in the party rules.

  3. Georgia Georgia’s Secretary of State has come up with a scheme to get his state recognized under the political league. His supporters believe a ‘Southern Super Tuesday’ would prompt prospective presidential candidates from both parties to impress the region’s voters. Also, enhanced handshaking would undoubtedly deliver welcome business to the traditional restaurants situated in Georgia.

  4. Virginia Fearing anger from supporters of Republican front-runner Donald Trump, officials in Virginia’s largest jurisdiction are inclined on shutting down public schools during the Super Tuesday Presidential primaries. Around 167 schools in Fairfax would be used as polling stations for the primaries, with up to a whopping 250,000 voters expected to cast their valuable vote.

  5. Texas Since 2008, Texas Primary would play a vital role in the presidential election. Main reason for this is the highly competitive Republican race for the White House wouldn’t be determined via the early voting states of New Hampshire, Nevada, Iowa and South Carolina. Though the candidates have already fired up their Lone Star campaigns, the March 1, 2016 Super Tuesday would be a make-or-break day for several contenders, including Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas.

    Having cemented their nomination bids with ‘Super Tuesday’ victories, Democrat Al Gore and Republican George W. Bush won their parties’ nominations. Therefore, the significance of ‘Super Tuesday’ is something that the U.S. presidential candidates can’t ignore for sure.

Last Updated on: June 02, 2016



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