National News: Super Tuesday Results

National News: Super Tuesday Results

By 1440 News

Voters in 15 states and the US territory of American Samoa headed to the polls yesterday on what is known as Super Tuesday, the single biggest day of primary voting in the presidential election cycle. 

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump won almost every race, continuing on their trajectory toward becoming the 2024 presidential nominees. As of this writing, Biden has secured roughly 79% of the 1,968 Democratic delegates needed to pass the threshold, and Trump has secured roughly 87% of the 1,215 Republican delegates needed, per projections. See live updates here.

Meanwhile, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley won Vermont’s GOP primary, while businessman Jason Palmer won American Samoa’s Democratic caucus. Separately, seven states included an “uncommitted” option or similar, following a movement in Michigan to protest Biden’s response to the Israel-Hamas war.

In other races, Rep. Adam Schiff (D, CA-30) and former baseball player Steve Garvey (R) emerged from California’s “top-two” primary, beating out Rep. Katie Porter (D, CA-47) as leading candidates to replace the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D). In North Carolina, Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson (R) and state Attorney General Josh Stein (D) will face off to replace Gov. Roy Cooper (D), who is term-limited.

3 Responses to "National News: Super Tuesday Results"

  1. When Haley drops out, I would like to see who she will Support, Biden or Trump. I’m thinking Biden since a LOT of her Funding and Votes came from Democrats and she has been Bashing Trump pretty heavy the last few Months.

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