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Last updated: 12 a.m.

Trump wins Vermont and closes the night for GOP Super Tuesday states.

DELEGATE COUNT

  • Clinton: 508
  • Sanders: 295
  • Trump: 257
  • Cruz: 106
  • Rubio: 67
  • Kasich: 23

TRUMP WINS VERMONT, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont

CRUZ: Oklahoma, Texas

RUBIO: Minnesota

38 delegates
38 delegates

CLINTON: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia

SANDERS: Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Vermont


 

Last updated: 11:42 p.m.

New York Times and The Guardian rescind call for Sanders and says Clinton won Massachusetts – 51 percent

51 percent
116 delegates

 

Last updated: 11:38 p.m.

Sanders wins Massachusetts – 48 percent

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116 delegates

Last updated: 11:30 p.m.

Rubio wins Minnesota – 37 percent

38 delegates
38 delegates

Sanders wins Colorado and Minnesota – 59 percent

Clinton leading in Massachusetts – 51 percent; Sanders in close second at 48 percent.

Trump leading in Vermont – 32 percent; Kasich in close second at 31 percent.

DELEGATE COUNT

  • Clinton: 462
  • Sanders: 254
  • Trump: 221
  • Cruz: 69
  • Rubio: 41
  • Kasich: 19

 

Last updated: 11:00 p.m.

  • Sanders leading in Colorado – 57 percent; Minnesota – 59 percent
  • Clinton leading in Massachusetts – 51 percent
  • Rubio leading in Minnesota – 37 percent
  • Trump leading in Vermont – 32 percent

Sanders has won:

Clinton has won:

 

Trump has won:

DELEGATE COUNT

  • Trump: 221
  • Cruz: 69
  • Rubio: 41
  • Clinton: 426
  • Sanders: 210

Last updated: 10:30 p.m.

 

Trump wins Arkansas (34 percent)

40 delegates
40 delegates

Sanders leading in Colorado – 52 percent; Minnesota – 59 percent

Clinton leading in Massachusetts – 51 percent

Trump leading in Vermont – 32 percent

Rubio leading in Minnesota – 37 percent

DELEGATE COUNT

  • Trump: 221
  • Cruz: 69
  • Rubio: 41
  • Clinton: 426
  • Sanders: 210

Last updated: 10 p.m.

Sanders leading in Colorado – 55 percent

Clinton leading in Massachusetts – 51 percent; Minnesota – 57 percent

Rubio leading in Minnesota – 33 percent

DELEGATE COUNT

  • Trump: 221
  • Cruz: 69
  • Rubio: 41
  • Clinton: 421
  • Sanders: 208

 

Last updated: 9:31 p.m.

  • Clinton takes Texas (67 percent)
  • Sanders takes Oklahoma (52 percent)
  • Trump takes Virginia (35 percent)
  • Trump leads in Arkansas (32 percent); Vermont (33 percent)
  • Ted Cruz updated percentages Oklahoma (34 percent); Texas (40 percent)

DELEGATE COUNT

  • Trump: 182
  • Cruz: 22
  • Clinton: 405
  • Sanders: 187

 

Last updated: 9 p.m.

Thus far, GOP candidate Donald Trump has claimed victories in:

  • Alabama (37 percent)
  • Georgia (45 percent)
  • Massachusetts (45 percent)
  • Tennessee (54 percent)

Trump is leading the polls in:

  • Oklahoma
  • Vermont
  • Virginia

NBC reported the Virginia GOP primary was “too close to call” immediately after the polls closed at 7 p.m.

Texas senator Ted Cruz claimed victory in:

  • Texas (39 percent)
  • Oklahoma (33 percent)

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton takes five states:

  • Alabama (73 percent)
  • Arkansas (83 percent)
  • Georgia (75 percent)
  • Tennessee (67 percent)
  • Virginia (64 percent)

Clinton is leading in:

  • Massachusetts
  • Texas

Vermont senator Bernie Sanders claimed victory in Vermont (88 percent) and leads in Oklahoma.

26 delegates
26 delegates

DELEGATE COUNT

  • Trump: 182
  • Cruz: 22
  • Clinton: 266
  • Sanders: 136

Executive Editor, Sarah King

Sarah King, photo by Brooke MarshSarah is a junior studying political science and philosophy of law. She is a copyeditor for INK Magazine and reporter for the Capital News Service wire. Last spring, Sarah worked as an editorial intern for Congressional Quarterly Researcher and SAGE Business Researcher in Washington, D.C. // Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

kingsa@commonwealthtimes.org

 

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