Super Tuesday Results
With most vote totals from Super Tuesday tallied, the race for the Democratic nomination is still neck and neck between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Obama won more states, but Clinton won states with larger delegate counts. The Democratic delegate count stands at Clinton 825, Obama 732, with 2,025 needed to win the nomination.
CLINTON: AR, AZ, CA, MA, NY, NJ, OK, TN
OBAMA: AK, AL, CT, CO, DE, GA, ID, IL, KS, MN, MO, ND, UT
On the Republican side, John McCain continues a remarkable comeback and McCain is now the clear frontrunner among the GOP candidates. The Republican delegate count stands at 615 delegates to Romney’s 268, and Huckabee’s 169. 1,191 are need to win that nomination.
HUCKABEE: AL, AR, GA, TN, WV
MCCAIN: AZ, CA, CT, DE, IL, MO, NJ, NY, OK
ROMNEY: CO, MA, MN, MT, ND, UT
Obama speaks to supporters:
Clinton speaks to supporters:
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