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2016 Presidential Election

US Election Updates - February 29, 2016

Super Tuesday Results 2016

Super Tuesday: Clinton, Trump Ahead of the Rest, Says Nationwide Survey

Almost everyone can see the writing on the wall: it will be a Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. According to a new nationwide poll ahead of the Super Tuesday, both seem to be well ahead of their closest rivals. As the Republican candidates made their final pitches on Monday, they argued that nominating Trump will destroy  GOP's prospects. Unaffected by such arguments, Trump predicted a series of victories that would end the contest. As Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio continued to step up their attacks on Trump, the latter dismissed them as "Little Marco" and "Lying Ted."

Super Tuesday 2016

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.

Donald Trump unlikely to defeat Hillary Clinton, says Nikki Haley

Describing Donald Trump’s behavior as unacceptable, South Carolina’s Indian-American governor Nikki Haley said that the Republican frontrunner is unlikely to trounce Hillary Clinton, his Democratic rival, in the general elections to be held in November. As per reports, Haley has endorsed Marco Rubio as the presidential nominee. She said that Florida Senator Marco Rubio is the right person to defeat The Democratic presidential nominee.

Super Tuesday 2016 States

Democrats and Republicans Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Virginia
Republicans Alaska, North Dakota and Wyoming caucuses.
Democrats American Samoa caucus