How Did the 2016 Candidates Fare on Super Tuesday?

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Did the Super Tuesday primaries hold any surprises? Check below for the results for your candidate:

This post will be updated as new polling results come in.

Republicans:

Donald Trump came out the overall winner, with a win in 7 states.

Alabama:

Donald Trump wins – 36 delegates

Ted Cruz places second – 13 delegates

Marco Rubio places third – 1 delegate

Alaska:

Ted Cruz wins – 12 delegates

Donald Trump places second – 11 delegates

Marco Rubio places 3rd – 5 delegates

Arkansas:

Donald Trump wins – 16 delegates

Ted Cruz places second – 14 delegates

Marco Rubio places third – 9 delegates

Georgia:

Donald Trump wins – 40 delegates

Marco Rubio places second – 14 delegates

Ted Cruz places third – 18 delegate

Massachusetts:

Donald Trump wins – 22 delegates

John Kasich places second – 8 delegates

Marco Rubio places third – 8 delegates

Ted Cruz places fourth – 4 delegates

Minnesota:

Marco Rubio wins – 14 delegates

Ted Cruz places second – 13 delegates

Donald Trump places 3rd – 10 delegates

Oklahoma:

Ted Cruz wins – 14 delegates

Donald Trump places second – 12 delegates

Marco Rubio places third – 11 delegates

Tennessee:

Donald Trump wins – 31 delegates

Ted Cruz places second – 14 delegates

Marco Rubio places third – 9 delegates

Texas:

Ted Cruz wins – 99 delegates

Donald Trump places second – 33 delegates

Marco Rubio places third – 3 delegates

Vermont:

Donald Trump wins – 6 delegates

John Kasich places second – 6 delegates

Virginia:

Donald Trump wins – 17 delegates

Marco Rubio places second – 16 delegates

Ted Cruz places third – 8 delegates

John Kasich places fourth – 5 delegates

Ben Carson places fifth – 3 delegates

Democrats:

Although Hillary Clinton came out with more wins (and more delegates), Sanders showed that he’s viable in many different areas, and that he is still a strong candidate for the Democratic nomination.

Alabama:

Hillary Clinton wins – 37 delegates

Bernie Sanders places second – 4 delegates

Arkansas:

Hillary Clinton wins – 18 delegates

Bernie Sanders places second – 7 delegates

Colorado:

Bernie Sanders wins – 33 delegates

Hillary Clinton places second – 24 delegates

Georgia:

Hillary Clinton wins – 66 delegates

Bernie Sanders places second – 23 delegates

Massachusetts:

Hillary Clinton wins – 45 delegates

Bernie Sanders places second – 43 delegates

Minnesota:

Bernie Sanders wins – 42 delegates

Hillary Clinton places second – 24 delegates

Oklahoma:

Bernie Sanders wins – 20 delegates

Hillary Clinton places second – 16 delegates

Tennessee:

Hillary Clinton wins – 40 delegates

Bernie Sanders places second – 22 delegates

Texas:

Hillary Clinton wins – 122 delegates

Bernie Sanders places second – 48 delegates

Vermont:

Bernie Sanders wins – 10 delegates

Hillary Clinton places second – 0 delegates

Virginia:

Hillary Clinton wins – 61 delegates

Bernie Sanders places second – 32 delegates

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