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***Live Updates*** Super Tuesday Results

***Live Updates*** Super Tuesday Results
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Fourteen states and one territory (Alabama, American Samoa, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia) will hold Super Tuesday primaries today.

Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times eastern. First polls close at 7 PM ET.

  • Virginia (99 delegates): Biden projected to win.
  • Vermont (16): Sanders projected to win.
  • North Carolina (110): Biden projected to win.
  • American Samoa (6): Bloomberg projected to win.
  • Alabama (52): Biden projected to win.
  • Colorado (67): Sanders projected to win.
  • Tennessee (64): Biden projected to win.
  • Oklahoma (37): Biden projected to win.
  • Arkansas (31): Biden projected to win.
  • Minnesota (75): Biden projected to win.
  • Massachusetts (91): Biden projected to win.
  • Utah (29): Sanders projected to win.
  • California (415): Sanders projected to win.
  • Texas (228): Biden projected to win.

2:05 AM: California:

Bernie can tweet Victory in California all he wants – but it is a Victory with a small v = victory – he will not get nearly the number of delegates he needed.

— Ace Smith (@AceDblDwn) March 4, 2020

2:00 AM: Texas:

Racial breakdown in TX

White (44% of electorate):
32% Sanders, 29% Biden

Black (21% of electorate):
60% Biden, 17% Sanders

Latino (31% of electorate):
45% Sanders, 24% Biden

Asian (2% of electorate):
57% Sanders, 13% Biden

— Carrie Dann (@CarrieNBCNews) March 4, 2020

Also, I think @MikeBloomberg took Texas Latino voters away from @BernieSanders and Texas moderate voters from @JoeBiden. #SuperTuesdayResults

— Julio Ricardo Varela (@julito77) March 4, 2020

1:43 AM: Biden projected to win Texas:

BREAKING: Joe Biden wins Texas Democratic Primary, NBC News projects. https://t.co/mWAcq3kBlp pic.twitter.com/LJO6eZjVtJ

— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 4, 2020

1:26 AM: Van Jones:

Tonight’s speeches were very different:

Joe sounded like he was running against Trump.
Bernie sounded like he was running against Joe.

The case Bernie is prosecuting – while honest – won’t be strong enough to grow his movement the way he needs to win.#SuperTuesday @CNN pic.twitter.com/5kmU0j0E9z

— Van Jones (@VanJones68) March 4, 2020

1:25 AM: Some Texas/Maine projections coming in for Biden:

Decision Desk HQ projects @JoeBiden Wins The Texas Democratic Presidential Primary pic.twitter.com/ywcVabYsWV

— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) March 4, 2020

Projection: Joe Biden wins the Maine primary.

— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) March 4, 2020

1:23 AM: Dems are going to put pressure on Bloomberg to combat voter suppression and pay fees for felons in Florida so they can vote.

Imagine how much voter suppression @MikeBloomberg could combat with the $559,000,000 he’s spent on campaign ads. https://t.co/3RC32FbU7L

— Robert Reich (@RBReich) March 4, 2020

1:20 AM:

popular vote across all states today so far –

Biden: 3.8M
Sanders: 2.9M
Bloomberg: 1.5M
Warren: 1.4M

— Rick Klein (@rickklein) March 4, 2020

12:30 AM: Biden opening up leads in Maine and Texas.

The Biden lead in Texas just keeps ticking up with every vote dump. Now he’s hitting 31%. Sanders has 27% and Bloomberg is now 18%.

— Abby Livingston (@TexasTribAbby) March 4, 2020

FWIW, Biden has opened up a 1.3% lead in Maine w/ 66% reporting.

— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) March 4, 2020

12:05 AM: California:

It is looking like we really won’t be able to tally up delegates for another week,

— Ace Smith (@AceDblDwn) March 4, 2020

12:02 AM: Biden now with a very slim lead.

Sanders and Biden essentially tied right now in Texas. I’m at a Sanders watch party in East Austin and it is getting TENSE.

— Alexandra Samuels (@AlexSamuelsx5) March 4, 2020

11:57 PM: Latino voters keeping Sanders in it on Super Tuesday:

Latino voters under 30 years old in California via @CNN:

Sanders 84% (!!)
Warren 6%
Biden 5%
Everyone else 4%

— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) March 4, 2020

With the 2020 #SuperTuesday changes over 60% of Latino Dem primary voters will have voted by end of night tonight compared to only 30% of Black voters — 70% of Black voters will participate in remaining contests

— Michael Halle (@mhalle) March 4, 2020

11:50 PM: Still close in Texas:

Updated delegate estimates out of Texas #SuperTuesday pic.twitter.com/W7vwGIzDV9

— Kabir Khanna (@kabir_here) March 4, 2020

11:05 PM: California immediately called for Sanders:

BREAKING: Bernie Sanders wins Democratic presidential primary in California, claiming biggest prize on Super Tuesday. https://t.co/FZHkka7C1w

— The Associated Press (@AP) March 4, 2020

11:00 PM: Polls now closed in California.

#BREAKING: Bernie Sanders’ campaign has filed an emergency motion to keep polls in Los Angeles County open later than 8 p.m. tonight due to “extreme wait times” https://t.co/ugNHdbABck

— CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) March 4, 2020

10:55 PM: Alabama:

Developing: Sanders is down to 15.4% in Alabama w/ 30% reporting. If he falls below 15%, then Biden will win *all* the statewide delegates in Alabama. That’d be close to lights out.

— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) March 4, 2020

10:51 PM: Biden takes Massachusetts. The upset of the night. Bookmakers gave Biden a 5% chance of winning the state.

BREAKING: Joe Biden wins the Democratic presidential primary in Massachusetts. #APracecall at 10:48 p.m. EST. #Election2020 #MAprimary https://t.co/lGfinkb1KC

— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) March 4, 2020

Sanders projected to win Utah:

BREAKING: Sen. Bernie Sanders wins Utah Democratic Primary, NBC News projects. https://t.co/zt8BBZiDiF pic.twitter.com/F50HO2VbTr

— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 4, 2020

10:35 PM: Anti-dairy protesters:

BREAKING: Protesters rush the stage toward Joe Biden during #SuperTuesday night speech; they were stopped by people near Biden. Biden is continuing with his speech. pic.twitter.com/KLTROnBNXG

— NBC News NOW (@NBCNewsNow) March 4, 2020

Protesters are escorted out after rushing the stage, disrupting Joe Biden during a #SuperTuesday speech in Los Angeles.

📷 Mike Blake / @Reuters pic.twitter.com/VsYlDSJ2DN

— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 4, 2020

.@SymoneDSanders won #SuperTuesday https://t.co/ACaHO5aJue

— Rodericka Applewhaite (@Rodericka) March 4, 2020

10:22 PM: Biden, in California, says “it’s a good night.” He promptly mistakes his wife for his sister. “They don’t call Super Tuesday for nothing,” he says. Biden says he’s here to report that “we are very much alive.” He says his campaign is “taking off” and “will send Donald Trump packing.”

Biden: “Every Dreamer, have hope, because I’m coming and you’re not going anywhere”

— Charlotte Alter (@CharlotteAlter) March 4, 2020

Biden still can’t deliver a tight stump speech. Just doesn’t seem like he’s been there before. He’s just screaming.

And his team somehow let protesters crash his Super Tuesday speech after the same anti-dairy group disrupted Warren’s event. Not a good sign.

Anti-dairy protesters who disrupted ⁦@ewarren⁩ event on Monday rush up behind Biden and are quickly hailed off stage pic.twitter.com/jmTAAWMryV

— Robert Mackey (@RobertMackey) March 4, 2020

10:19 PM: One Massachusetts projection for Biden:

Projection: Joe Biden wins the Massachusetts primary. Elizabeth Warren in serious danger of finishing third.

— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) March 4, 2020

10:11 PM: Sanders saying he voted agains the Iraq War and opposed Social Security cuts. He says “another candidate” (Biden) voted for the War and supported cuts on the Senate floor. He says “another candidate” also voted for “disastrous trade agreements.” Sanders says “another candidate” voted for the “disastrous” Bankruptcy Bill that the credit card companies wanted.

10:06 PM: Sanders, speaking at his Vermont Super Tuesday party, says, “with absolute confidence,” that ” we are going to win the Democratic nomination.” He says what makes his movement unique is he is taking on the “corporate establishment” and the “greed of Wall Street and the greed of the drug companies… and the greed of the insurance companies.”

10 PM: Polls closed in Utah. Polls in California open for another hour.

9:53 PM: Arkansas, Minnesota called for Biden.

BREAKING: Joe Biden wins the Democratic presidential primary in Arkansas. #APracecall at 8:49 p.m. CST. #Election2020 #ARprimary https://t.co/lGfinjTqT4

— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) March 4, 2020

BREAKING: Joe Biden wins the Democratic presidential primary in Minnesota. #APracecall at 8:45 p.m. CST. #Election2020 #MNprimary https://t.co/lGfinjTqT4

— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) March 4, 2020

9:35 PM: Bloomberg campaign waiting for all of the “data” to come in before deciding if “there’s a reason to continue.”

WATCH: Josh Lederman reports Bloomberg campaign officials tell him that they will have to “take another look tomorrow, once the data comes in.” #SuperTuesday@JoshNBCNews: “They will take a look to see whether there’s a reason to continue with this after tomorrow.” pic.twitter.com/NDrcAmcMov

— NBC News NOW (@NBCNewsNow) March 4, 2020

9:30 PM: Full house for Sanders’ Super Tuesday party:

Pretty full house in Essex Junction, VT for @BernieSanders’ primary night party. pic.twitter.com/aftYfmNnCH

— Averi Harper (@AveriHarper) March 4, 2020

9:20 PM: Strong turnout in Virginia:

Virginia turnout just blew past 2016 (785,041) and 2008 (986,203).

It’s now at 1.138 million with 92% reporting (and half of Fairfax remaining)

It’s a great sign of Democratic engagement, but it also shows how much bluer the state has become.

— Chris Lu (@ChrisLu44) March 4, 2020

MSNBC’s @SteveKornacki reports that Democratic turnout in Virginia has nearly doubled from 2016 (~780k) to 2020 (1.3 mill).

— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) March 4, 2020

9:15 PM: Biden projected to win Tennessee, Oklahoma:

BREAKING: Joe Biden wins Tennessee Democratic Primary, NBC News projects. https://t.co/s2CVOItIrc pic.twitter.com/sZJy1I8avX

— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 4, 2020

BREAKING: Joe Biden wins the Democratic presidential primary in Oklahoma. #APracecall at 8:05 p.m. CST. #Election2020 #OKprimary https://t.co/lGfinkb1KC

— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) March 4, 2020

Biden wins Tennessee @NBCNews projects. 62 percent of the black vote goes to Biden.

— Katy Tur (@KatyTurNBC) March 4, 2020

9:00 PM: All polls closed in Texas, Minnesota, Colorado.

Sanders projected to win Colorado.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bernie Sanders wins Democratic presidential primary in Colorado

— Julie Pace (@jpaceDC) March 4, 2020

8:48 PM: Vermont:

45% reporting from Vermont – Sanders 51.7 % to Biden 22.3 %. They are the only two currently viable for the 16 delegates in Sanders’s home state.

— Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) March 4, 2020

Sanders won 86% of VT and received all the delegates in 2016. @JoeBiden is on pace to win pledged delegates tonight.

— Dave Huynh (@KeepHuynhing) March 4, 2020

8:46 PM: All polls in Texas will be closed at the top of the hour:

#Texas Early Voting Results (212,984 Votes)

Biden 26%
Sanders 26%
Bloomberg 21%
Warren 10%

— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) March 4, 2020

8:45 PM:

NBC News exit poll: Among Super Tuesday Democrats who said the coronavirus was an important factor in their vote —> Biden won 47% (!), Sanders won 29%, Bloomberg won 10%, Warren won 9%.

— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) March 4, 2020

8:35 PM: Bloomberg thinks he’s a “contender.”

“No matter how many delegates we win tonight, we’ve done something no one thought was possible,” Bloomberg says, on how he’s gone from nowhere in the polls to being a “contender for the Democratic nomination.” pic.twitter.com/MSO04SUyan

— Edward-Isaac Dovere (@IsaacDovere) March 4, 2020

“I am a truth teller. I don’t do spin.” Judge Judy tells the crowd in West Palm Beach. “This is the greatest country in the world. It doesn’t need a revolution … it does need a little tweaking,” ahead of @MikeBloomberg’s remarks pic.twitter.com/K8I2K1t3f4

— Maura Barrett (@MauraBarrettNBC) March 4, 2020

8:32 PM: Looks like Bloomberg will not be viable in Virginia, the state where he launched his campaign:

Bloomberg (as I and some others predicted) regressed so badly, that he may go from a dual favorite in Virginia two weeks ago, to not being viable at all in VA.

It will look like only Biden & Sanders get delegates in the Commonwealth #SuperTuesday https://t.co/7i9AWk5k39

— Andrew Jerell Jones (@sluggahjells) March 4, 2020

8:30 PM: Polls closed in Arkansas.

8:00 PM: Most polls closed in Alabama, Oklahoma, Maine, and Tennessee.

Biden projected to win Alabama.

NEW: Broad support among blacks, mainline Democrats and those seeking a return to Barack Obama’s policies lifted Biden in the Alabama Democratic primary, per preliminary exit poll results. https://t.co/14uFWgTZYw

— ABC News (@ABC) March 4, 2020

7:45 PM: Bloomberg projected to win American Samoa:

NBC News projects that Michael Bloomberg wins the American Samoa Democratic Caucus.

— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) March 4, 2020

Will Gabbard qualify for the next debate?

This (h/t @baseballot) would mean that the results of American Samoa are: Bloomberg 4, Gabbard 2. That’s it.

(DNC rules have been that a candidate with a national delegate qualifies for the debate.) https://t.co/WRgqD4P0OP

— Taniel (@Taniel) March 4, 2020

7:40 PM: Trump mocking “Mini Mike.” Bloomberg looks like he’s trying to eat a “W” like Jameis Winston before Super Tuesday. American Samoa looks like the only “W.”

Mini Mike, don’t lick your dirty fingers. Both unsanitary and dangerous to others and yourself! pic.twitter.com/LsKLZNeZL9

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2020

7:30 PM: Polls closed in North Carolina. Biden immediately projected to win North Carolina.

In North Carolina, Biden’s doing better in precincts where Clinton did better in ’16 primary, according to data from a representative sample of precincts around state (r = .75)#SuperTuesday pic.twitter.com/aVgPNCAETQ

— Kabir Khanna (@kabir_here) March 4, 2020

7:29 PM: Bloomberg could win American Samoa:

#AScaucus unofficial count:

JOE BIDEN – 31 8%

MIKE BLOOMBERG – 175 49%

TULSI GABBARD – 103 29%

BERNIE SANDERS – 37 10%

ELIZABETH WARREN – 5 1%#SuperTuesday #AmericanSamoa #Democrats2020 #Biden #Bloomberg #Gabbard #Warren #Sanders

— Fanua 🗽 (@Fanua) March 4, 2020

American Samoa has 6 delegates up for grabs tomorrow on Super Tuesday — and @MikeBloomberg has 7 full-time paid staff there and just received the endorsement of Samoan Chief Fa’alagiga Nina Tua’au-Glaude https://t.co/IRQswDBRLZ

— Caroline Kenny (@carolinerkenny) March 2, 2020

7:25 PM: Warren winless so far:

“I know voting will keep going on through the night… prediction has been a terrible business,” Warren says on pundits at the top of her remarks in Detroit, says ppl should cast a vote “from the heart” for the person who will make the best president of the United States

— Deepa Shivaram (@deepa_shivaram) March 4, 2020

7:15 PM: Key freshman House Dem endorses Biden:

Tonight, I’m proud to endorse @JoeBiden for President of the United States. pic.twitter.com/YKVb3mw9E1

— Abigail Spanberger (@SpanbergerVA07) March 4, 2020

7:10 PM: Black Dems in Virginia overwhelmingly voted for Biden:

#Virginia Exit Polls Of Black Voters

Biden 63%
Sanders 18%
Bloomberg 10%
Warren 7%@CNN

— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) March 4, 2020

#Virginia Exit Polls:

Biden 47%
Sanders 25%
Bloomberg 11%
Warren 11%

CNN

— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) March 4, 2020

Michael Bloomberg spent nearly $18 million on advertising in Virginia. Joe Biden spent about $233k.

— David Wright (@DavidWright_7) March 4, 2020

7:05 PM: Bad numbers for Bloomberg:

Exit polls show Mike Bloomberg with high unfavorable ratings in the Super Tuesday states of California, Virginia and Coloradohttps://t.co/IrzgKbyfE6

— Brian Schwartz (@schwartzbCNBC) March 3, 2020

Michael Bloomberg’s campaign expects that Joe Biden’s rise – and the negative impact it could have on the former mayor’s bid – could be clearest in Virginia, an aide says #CNNElection https://t.co/tgwsBoG6jv pic.twitter.com/8GRow7On6G

— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) March 3, 2020

7:00 PM: Polls now closed in Vermont and Virginia. Results should be coming in soon. Biden projected to win Virginia. Sanders projected to win Vermont.

BREAKING: Former Vice President Joe Biden will win the Virginia Democratic primary, CNN projects.

Sen. Bernie Sanders will win the Vermont Democratic primary, CNN projects #CNNelection https://t.co/bttjhxXqeA pic.twitter.com/fzKtuaqLGL

— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) March 4, 2020

6:58 PM: Sanders campaign has been the only one with a consistent message:

Bloomberg campaign manager Kevin Sheekey just told reporters he doesn’t think the Dems will have a contested convention

Bloomberg said earlier today he saw that as the only way he could plausibly win

— Allan Smith (@akarl_smith) March 3, 2020

6:42 PM: Dems very angry at Trump. Anger motivates people to vote.

NEW: Anywhere from 83-94% in preliminary exit polls results say they’re either angry or dissatisfied with the current administration. Anger peaks in Maine (79%), Colorado (77%) and Vermont (75%). https://t.co/PmASmI3rl9 #SuperTuesday pic.twitter.com/JbVlAguk8n

— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) March 3, 2020

6:39 PM: Hillary still speaking out against Bernie:

NEW: “I don’t think he’d be our strongest nominee,” Hillary Clinton tells @LinseyDavis on Bernie Sanders.

“That’s what this primary process is about. Let’s see who emerges…The most important issue is who can defeat Donald Trump.” https://t.co/B0TFr2i8ex pic.twitter.com/nqUS5wBomB

— ABC News (@ABC) March 3, 2020

6:30 PM: Polls close in Virginia and Vermont at the top of the hour. Polls close in North Carolina at 7:30 PM.

57% of Democratic voters in preliminary exit poll results from Texas have a favorable opinion of socialism. pic.twitter.com/78JGDcxWFA

— Evan McMurry (@evanmcmurry) March 3, 2020

#SuperTuesday: In Texas, #coronavirus was cited as a factor by 78% of voters, and in North Carolina by 76%. In California, it was cited by 75% and in Virginia by 73%, according to exit polls analyzed by Edison Research https://t.co/JIxSKw2UvL pic.twitter.com/elJuZyFjfT

— Reuters (@Reuters) March 3, 2020

I have a feeling that today might be a tough day for the Bloomberg campaign.

— Andrew Yang (@AndrewYang) March 3, 2020

.@JoeBiden’s last stop in California is of course: 🍨 @CBSNews pic.twitter.com/bd2SboCbba

— Bo Erickson CBS (@BoKnowsNews) March 3, 2020

Warren is spending Super Tuesday in Detroit, a nod to Michigan’s March 10 primary. This is Eastern Market, one of the largest farmers markets in the U.S. Line to get in Warren event winding through what is typically flower beds when market is open. pic.twitter.com/x1vMre2Aie

— Josh Jamerson (@joshjame) March 3, 2020

Just In: Tennessee polling sites ordered to stay open late after tornado https://t.co/wwFe3qGsr7

— WRAL NEWS in NC (@WRAL) March 3, 2020

It’s Super Tuesday & Dems are super spending. Pres candidates still in have spent nearly $260M on ads in the 14 states:@MikeBloomberg $237M@BernieSanders $18.4M@ewarren $2.4M + PAC with $11M+@JoeBiden $2.2M + PAC with $0.5M

Add Steyer, Buttigieg & Klobuchar & we hit $311MὋ

— Sarah Ewall-Wice (@EwallWice) March 3, 2020

Various exit polls showing that 47% of primary voters in #Virginia made up their mind in last few days; 47% in Oklahoma and 31% in Tennessee. This could be good for #JoeBiden given turnaround of last few days #SuperTuesday

— Suzanne Lynch (@suzannelynch1) March 3, 2020

Via @NBCNews #SuperTuesday exit polls pic.twitter.com/kOW9Xpb4Ee

— Julio Ricardo Varela (@julito77) March 3, 2020

Via @NBCNews #SuperTuesday exit polls pic.twitter.com/ffo7iYQXvw

— Julio Ricardo Varela (@julito77) March 3, 2020

Most important issue, via preliminary exit poll results:

Healthcare: 39%
Climate change: 23%
Income inequality: 22%
Race relations: 10%

— Johnny Verhovek (@JTHVerhovek) March 3, 2020

Me: what do you think of the criticism that you’re helping @BernieSanders?@MikeBloomberg: “I’m not helping Bernie Sanders. I’m trying to help myself.” pic.twitter.com/6Ebzqzg3a9

— Marc Caputo (@MarcACaputo) March 3, 2020

WATCH: https://t.co/m4xJOiJ2XD pic.twitter.com/UIeTy1kJtS

— Cara Korte (@CaraKorte) March 3, 2020

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