Super Tuesday: All Contesting States and their Delegates

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Super Tuesday is today, dated March 3, 2020. It is the most important in the US primaries. The largest number of delegates is on stake today, up for grab. The importance of the day reflects in renewed preparations in the ranks of the Democratic Party that is seeking a moderate candidate. Bernie Sanders has threatened establishment Democrats and moderates as he keeps surging in each poll.

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Even in recent polls, he is leading in the Super Tuesday States. Amid this Sanders’ surge, Amy Klobuchar ends her 2020 presidential campaign and endorses Joe Biden. On another occasion, Pete Buttigieg endorses Joe Biden at Dallas rally. It has complicated the contest and now, the biggest poll would be the result on Tuesday evening. It is going to be head to head between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden with an expected surprise from Michael Bloomberg.

Everyone wants to know states contesting on Super Tuesday today. I have included all contesting states and their delegates in this blog.

All Contesting States and their Delegates

Here are all contesting states and their delegates up for grab. The list is in alphabetic order.

 Alabama:

It has 52 Democratic delegates and 50 Republican delegates. In 2016, Hillary Clinton won the caucus from Democratic Party, and Donald Trump won from the Republican Party side.

Arkansas:

The state has 31 Democratic delegates and 40 Republican delegates. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won this state in 2016 primaries from Democratic Party and Republican Party, respectively.

California:

It has the largest number of delegates for Democratic Party with 415 delegates up for grab with 172 Republican delegates. In the last contest in 2016, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won this state.

Colorado:

This state has 67 Democratic delegates with 37 Republican delegates. In the last contest, Bernie Sanders from the Democratic Party won the caucus, and Ted Cruz won all of the delegates from here.

Maine:

This state has 24 Democratic delegates and 22 Republican delegates. Bernie Sanders won the caucus from Democratic Party, and Ted Cruz won the caucus from the Republican Party.

Massachusetts:

This state has 91 Democratic delegates and 41 Republican delegates. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won primaries from this state in 2016.

Minnesota:

This state has 75 Democratic delegates and 39 Republican delegates. In 2016, Bernie Sanders and Marco Rubio were the winners from caucuses held by each party.

North Carolina:

This state has 110 Democratic delegates with 71 Republican delegates. In 2016, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won primaries from here.

Oklahoma:

This state has 37 Democratic delegates and 43 Republican delegates. In 2016, this state showed support for Bernie Sanders from Democratic Party and Ted Cruz from the Republican Party in primaries.

Tennessee:

This state has 64 Democratic delegates and 58 Republican delegates. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won primaries from here in 2016.

Texas:

This state is the second largest in terms of delegates on Super Tuesday for Democratic Party. It has 228 Democratic delegates and 155 Republican delegates. Hillary Clinton from Democratic Party and Ted Cruz from Republican Party won primaries here in 2016.

Utah:

It has 29 Democratic delegates and 40 Republican delegates. Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz won caucuses from here in 2016.

Vermont:

This state has 16 Democratic delegates and 17 Republican delegates. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump won primaries in 2016.

Virginia:

This state has 99 Democratic delegates and 48 Republican delegates. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won this state in 2016 primary.

Now, it is going to be head to head between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. I want to end with the recent poll for the two. In the IBD/TIPP poll, Sanders lead the Super Tuesday states with 23 percent and Biden trails with 20 percent. Elizabeth Warren is the strong third with 17 percent support, and Bloomberg comes at the fourth 13 percent. It is going to be a tough context. The above description of all contesting states and their delegates shows that Super Tuesday would finalize who is going to win the Democratic nomination.

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