Live results from today’s Super Tuesday Democratic primaries in Florida, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri.
There are a total of 691 delegates at stake in today’s primaries on the Democratic side.
The next states to hold primaries after today are Arizona, Idaho and Utah on March 22, where 133 delegates will be at stake, a fraction of those up for grabs in today’s contests.
Note: Candidates on state are ordered alphabetically until results begin to come in. This is why the names of candidates who have dropped out of the race, or lesser-known candidates sometimes display instead of either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
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Follow the results live as they come in from the Michigan and Mississippi Democratic presidential primaries.
Note: Some of the minor candidates’ names, like Rocky De La Fuente may appear on the results page until real results begin to flow. This is due to how the candidates are ordered without results.
Democrats in Maine are caucusing today to decide who they want to be the party’s nominee for president. Follow the results as they come in live.
Bernie Sanders is counting on doing well in Maine today, to narrow Hillary Clinton’s pledged delegate lead.
Hillary Clinton is the clear favorite in Louisiana, while many believe Sanders can win the Nebraska and Kansas caucuses on Saturday, following a strong Super Tuesday showing in Colorado and Oklahoma.
Bernie Sanders has officially been named the winner of the Kansas Democratic caucuses. Results will not be released until the count is complete.
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Democratic presidential candidates, including Senator Sanders will be speaking at the Iowa Wing Ding tonight. Follow our live coverage here.
Our live coverage of the Wing Ding has now concluded. You can find our wrap-up of Sanders’ speech here.