Tuesday is super for Trump, Clinton

A supporter holds a sign with the likeness of Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as she addresses a 'Hillary for America' rally in New York March 2, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
A supporter holds a sign with the likeness of Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as she addresses a 'Hillary for America' rally in New York March 2, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

A supporter holds a sign with the likeness of Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as she addresses a ‘Hillary for America’ rally in New York March 2, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and GOP front-runner Donald Trump swept up delegates on Super Tuesday. The numbers continue to come in, but preliminary results show the two candidates easily pulling ahead in multiple states.

 

Clinton wins: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia

Sanders wins: Vermont (Sanders’ home state), Minnesota, and Oklahoma

 

Trump wins: Alabama, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Virginia

Cruz wins: Texas (Cruz’s home state), Alaska and Oklahoma

Rubio wins: Minnesota

 

 

On the Democratic Side:

Alabama: 60 delegates

Clinton wins 77%; Sanders 17%

 

Arkansas: 37 delegates

Clinton wins 74%; Sanders 23%

 

Georgia: 116 delegates

Clinton wins 75%; Sanders 24%

 

Massachusetts: 116

Clinton 52%; Sanders 47%

 

Minnesota: 93 delegates

Clinton 38%; Sanders wins 62%

 

Oklahoma: 42 delegates

Clinton 41%; Sanders wins 51%

 

Tennessee: 76 delegates

Clinton wins 68%; Sanders 30%

 

Texas: 252 delegates

Clinton wins 66%; Sanders 32%

 

Vermont: 26 delegates

Clinton 13%; Sanders wins his home state 87%

 

Virginia: 110 delegates

Clinton wins 65%; Sanders 35%

 

Colorado: 79 delegates

Results are not in

 

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses a campaign rally, where he responded to a speech attacking his candidacy by former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, in Portland, Maine March 3, 2016. REUTERS/Joel Page

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses a campaign rally, where he responded to a speech attacking his candidacy by former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, in Portland, Maine March 3, 2016. REUTERS/Joel Page

 

On the Republican Side:

Alabama: 50 delegates

Trump wins 41%; Cruz 21%; Rubio 19%; Carson 8%; Kasich 6%

 

Alaska: 28 delegates

Cruz wins 36%; Trump 34%; Rubio 15%

 

Arkansas: 40 delegates

Trump 31%; Rubio 31%; Cruz 25%; Kasich 5%; Carson 4%

 

Georgia: 76 delegates

Trump wins 44%; Cruz 23%; Rubio 21%; Carson 6%; Kasich 4%

 

Massachusetts: 42

Trump wins 48%; Rubio 19%; Kasich 19%; Cruz 9%; Carson 3%

 

Minnesota: 38 delegates

Rubio 31%; Cruz 25%; Trump 8%

 

Oklahoma: 43 delegates

Cruz wins 34%; Trump 30%; Rubio 24%; Carson 7%; Kasich 4%

 

Tennessee: 58 delegates

Trump wins 44%; Cruz 22%; Rubio 19%; Carson 6%; Kasich 5%

 

Texas: 155 delegates

Cruz wins 39%; Trump 28%; Rubio 20%; Kasich 5%; Carson 4%

 

Vermont: 16 delegates

Trump 33%; Kasich 30%; Rubio 19%; Cruz 10%; Carson 6%

 

Virginia: 49 delegates

Trump wins 36%; Rubio 31%; Cruz 17%; Kasich 9%; Carson 6%

 

 

Donald Trump watched returns come in in Palm Beach, Florida. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton was a stone’s throw away in Miami. In Clinton’s victory speech she aimed some of her attacks subtly towards Trump as she said, “Let’s make America whole again.”