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Super Tuesday 2016: Republican Primary Results

Republican voters in 11 states will choose their preferred nominee today with ten primary contests and one caucus. There are 595 delegates on the line which is about a quarter of all delegates awarded in the Republican nomination process. Here is a breakdown with live results updated when voting ends in each state. Democratic voters are also voting today, those results are available here.

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Results will begin after 7pm ET, when some of the polls close.

Races called:

Trump: AL, AR, GA, MA, TN, VA, VT
Cruz: AK, OK, TX
Rubio: MN


Alabama Republican Primary
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7am to 7pm ET
Delegates: 50
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Trump


Alaska Republican Caucus
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3pm to 8pm Alaska Time (7pm to 12am ET)
Delegates: 28
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Cruz


Arkansas Republican Primary
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7:30am to 7:30pm CT
Delegates: 40
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Trump


Georgia Republican Primary
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7am to 7pm ET
Delegates: 76
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Trump


Massachusetts Republican Primary
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7am to 8pm ET
Delegates: 42
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Trump


Minnesota Republican Caucus
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Starts at 7pm CT
Delegates: 38
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Rubio


Oklahoma Republican Primary
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7am to 7pm CT
Delegates: 43
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Cruz


Tennessee Republican Primary
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7am – 7pm CT
Delegates: 58
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Trump


Texas Republican Primary
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7am to 7pm CT
Delegates: 155
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Cruz


Vermont Republican Primary
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Opens between 5am and 10am depending on town
All Vermont polls closed by 7pm ET
Delegates: 16
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Trump


Virginia Republican Primary
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6am to 7pm ET
Delegates: 49
Live Results: Politico
Winner: Trump


This page will be updated throughout the day. The Super Tuesday Democratic Primary Results are available here.

Nate Ashworth :Nate Ashworth is the Founder and Senior Editor of Election Central. He's been blogging elections and politics for almost a decade. He started covering the 2008 Presidential Election which turned into a full-time political blog in 2012 and 2016.

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  • Rubio WINS... a state...LOL!

    Now, that yapping chihuahua can finish off the GOP Establishment scum by sucking them dry with more yapping attacks --- all the way till he ends up at the Unemployment Office...how deliciously ironic that a Latino will do this trick.

    • BTW, Hillary's done nothing wrong.. the day Pres Obama won re election in 2012, the GOP set out on a $100 million smear campaign against Hillary because they knew she'd run in 2016.

      • Treason at Benghazi was doing "nothing wrong"? After telling troops wanting to come in to support those under attack to "stand down", Hillary is not fit to be elected to dog catcher, much less president! Then the e-mail scandal where she endangered our national security is yet another incidence rendering her candidacy less than valid. Cruz is the man that America needs in the oval office to get the nation back on track. I pray he still has a chance.

    • Well he usually gives a victory speech when he comes in 2nd or 3rd. He probably was so excited over winning one, he wet his pants on the way to the podium to give his speech!

    • This comment was flagged for review, but it is on topic, and "scum. . .sucking. . .yapping" is only mildly obnoxious.

      • While my wording is only "mildly obnoxious" --- your Political
        Correctness playing "moderator" here, by censoring posters you
        personally dislike, is truly asinine.

        • This message was also flagged by a reader.

          As an experiment, I thought I'd inform you that you regularly offend other readers, but your venum is almost never deleted. I also thought the flagging parties might like to know why your post has been approved.

          I've never, ever deleted a complaint about me. Although, we are beginning to delete posts that are childish back-and-forth attacks on another poster.

      • While my wording is only "mildly obnoxious" --- your Political Correctness playing "moderator" here, by censoring posters you personally dislike, is truly asinine.

        Here is a flag for you --- get a life....

    • I am surprised too, but now at least he has an argument for staying in the race. Kasich and Carson should just drop out now, for anyone who votes for them is just wasting a vote. Granted Kasich is close in Vermont, but I do not see him beating Trump, he will make it close, but will not win. If Kasich waits until after Ohio to drop out, then Trump gets the nomination. Carson is just using this as ego boasting and talking about points that only appeals to the religious far right. At the last debate, he did not get that much time to talk, so his reasoning for staying in this race is horrible.

      If the Republican establishment wants their party to survive as is, force Kasich and Rubio to drop out and twist Carson's arm so that they can put their effort into Cruz. Yes Rubio won a state, but Cruz has won three. As I said before, I am sure they rather have a President Cruz than a President Trump.

  • I will admit I was wrong here as well, for I thought that Cruz would be the only other victor, with Texas being his only win. I did not foresee Rubio winning Minnesota (nor did I see Trump finishing third there). I also did not think Cruz would win in Oklahoma, but I am not too surprise given its proximity to Texas, and the size of its border.

    • You'll find out the Lobbiest and Far Right Republican Establishment went to Oklahoma and Viriginia and a few other states and gave the wrong totals for more votes to Cruz and Rubio... this will be in question in a few weeks-few months

    • Ben Franklin said something like, "others expect the best and are disappointed, I expect the worst, and am pleasantly surprised." So I expected a bigger split.

      I don't know why they broadcast a long, rambling speech by Rubio while he was losing state after state. Then, they gave him a one-on-one interview, and he still had not won anything at that point.

      The media just want to keep the horse race going.

  • Come March 15th:

    Florida --- Arigato Mr Roboto....

    Ohio --- Kiss your Kasich Keister ... and Play that Funky Music....

    Plus all states --- Cruzing for Canadian Dollars down Electric Avenue....

  • The Donald Trump Campaign Gave Media Credentials to a Notorious White Supremacist

    On the heels of his endorsements by the Ku Klux Klan and David Duke, the Donald Trump campaign has granted press credentials to one of the most disgusting antisemitic white supremacists in the US: the host of Tennessee’s “Political Cesspool” radio show, James Edwards. (Google cache link so you don’t have to visit a white supremacist web site.)

    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/45673_The_Donald_Trump_Campaign_Gave_Media_Credentials_to_a_Notorious_White_Supremacist

    Who is James Edwards of 'Political Cesspool' ?

    From Wiki:

    The Political Cesspool is a weekly far-right talk radio show founded by Tennessean political activist James Edwards and syndicated by the organizations Liberty News Radio Network and Accent Radio Network in the United States. First broadcast in October 2004 twice a week from radio station WMQM, per Edwards it has been simulcast on Stormfront Radio, a service of the white nationalist Stormfront website[4] and as of 2011 is broadcast on Saturday nights on WLRM, a Christian radio station in Millington, Tennessee. Its sponsors include the white separatist Council of Conservative Citizens and the Institute for Historical Review, a Holocaust denial group.[5]

  • Let me get this straight - anyone can run for president as long as he is approved by some invisible and anonymous group called "the establishment." If an unapproved candidate does have the effrontery to go against the system, "the establishment" eliminates him.
    Dam that's a lousey system Russia has, I'm glad we have democracy here.

    • Sort of in the middle of the country. . .

      Seriously, folks, this article was published way back on March 1. You'll find newer info on newer pages.

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