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Super Tuesday polling results

Posted at 7:07 PM, Mar 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-02 11:58:05-05
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on campaign 2016 on Super Tuesday (all times Eastern Standard Time):
 
11:14 p.m.
 
Bernie Sanders wins the Democratic caucuses in Colorado
 
Marco Rubio wins the Republican presidential caucuses in Minnesota.
 
10:22 p.m.
 
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson told a crowded banquet hall at a hotel in downtown Baltimore that he's not giving up, despite trailing behind all the other Republican candidates on Super Tuesday.
 
Carson took the stage Tuesday at the Grand Hotel in Baltimore and called the political system "rotten to the core."
 
"They have weaved such a complex web," Carson said.
 
Carson did not mention any of his opponents by name, but told his supporters, "our nation is in horrible trouble. Why sit there and talk about each other and tear each other down when we have such important issues to deal with?"
 
 
9:42 p.m.
 
Bernie Sanders isn't making up much ground in delegates after his win in Oklahoma.
 
With 38 delegates at stake, Sanders will gain at least 20 delegates in that state. Clinton will get at least 11.
 
In all, Clinton has won six states including Texas as well as the American Samoa, overtaking Sanders' victories in smaller states such as Vermont and Oklahoma.
 
Clinton is now assured of winning at least 334 of the 865 delegates at stake on Super Tuesday. That's compared to Sanders, who at least 145.
 
Including superdelegates, Clinton now has at least 882 delegates. Sanders has at least 232. It takes 2,383 delegates to win.
 
 
9:40 p.m.
 
Donald Trump has won at least 139 Super Tuesday delegates, while Ted Cruz has won at least 52.
 
There are 595 Republican delegates at stake in 11 states.
 
Marco Rubio has won at least 25 delegates and John Kasich has won at least 13. So far, Ben Carson has picked up two delegates in Virginia.
 
Overall, Trump leads with 221 delegates. Cruz has 69, Rubio has 41, Kasich has 19 and Carson has seven.
 
It takes 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination for president.
 
 
9:10 p.m.
 
Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic presidential primary in Oklahoma. He also captured his home state of Vermont.
 
Sanders also won New Hampshire earlier this campaign.
 
His opponent, Hillary Clinton, racked up several victories during the string of contests known as Super Tuesday. She also won Georgia, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee and Texas.
 
 
9:05 p.m.
 
Marco Rubio, speaking at a Super Tuesday rally at his hometown in Miami, is criticizing the night's big winner among Republicans: Donald Trump.
 
Rubio said that over the last five days he has begun "to unmask the true nature" of Trump, whom he called a "con artist."
 
He said his recent attacks on Trump have given his campaign momentum and said that Trump did not represent the legacy of the "party of Reagan."
 
Trump has won several states on Tuesday: Georgia, Alabama, Massachusetts and Tennessee. Ted Cruz has captured Oklahoma and his home state of Texas.
 
Rubio has yet to win a state, but his upbeat speech was full of promises to continue fighting and vowing to win his home state of Florida later this month.
 
 
9:05 p.m.
 
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has won another Republican primary - this time in Oklahoma.
 
Cruz topped his rivals in Oklahoma, having just won in his home state of Texas.
 
Republican front-runner Donald Trump has already won the Republican races in Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, Massachusetts and Tennessee.
 
 
 
9:00 p.m.
 
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and Democrat Hillary Clinton have won the presidential primaries in Texas.
 
This is the first win for Cruz during the group of Super Tuesday contests and his second win since the leadoff Iowa caucuses.
 
Clinton earned her latest win in the string of contests known as Super Tuesday. She has also won the Democratic primaries in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia, putting her ahead of her rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has won the race in his home state of Vermont.
 
Texas is home to the largest number of delegates up for grabs in both parties on Super Tuesday.
 
8:53 p.m.
 
Donald Trump has won the Republican presidential primary in Virginia, adding to his Super Tuesday victories in Massachusetts, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee.
 
He is adding to his wins earlier this campaign in Nevada, South Carolina and New Hampshire.
 
The win was a blow to Marco Rubio, who competed hard in Virginia.
 
Rubio has yet to win a primary. Ted Cruz has captured Iowa.
 
8:38 p.m.
 
It's a win for Hillary Clinton in American Samoa.
 
The South Pacific island chain held its caucus Tuesday.
 
Clinton won 73 percent of 223 votes cast to earn four of the six delegates at stake. Bernie Sanders picked up two delegates.
 
American Samoa is one of five U.S. territories that cast votes in primaries and caucuses to decide the Democratic presidential nominee, even though those residents aren't eligible to vote in the November general election.
 
The island chain has a population of 54,000 and is about a six hour flight from Hawaii.
 
 
8:35 p.m.
 
Donald Trump has jumped to a big lead in the Super Tuesday delegates with victories in Georgia, Alabama, Massachusetts and Tennessee.
 
Trump has won 100 delegates so far. Marco Rubio has won 12 and Ted Cruz has won five.
 
There are 595 Republican delegates at stake in 11 states.
 
Overall, Trump leads with 182 delegates. Rubio has 28, Cruz has 22, John Kasich has six and Ben Carson has five.
 
It takes 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination for president.
 
 
8:00 p.m.
 
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton have won the presidential primaries in Alabama.
 
Trump has also finished on top in the Republican primary in Massachusetts.
 
Trump and Clinton have also won their party primaries in Tennessee.
 
These latest wins put the two candidates ahead of their rivals in the group of contests known as Super Tuesday.
 
Earlier Tuesday, Trump and Clinton won the primaries in Georgia. Clinton also won the Democratic primary in Virginia, while her rival, Bernie Sanders, won the contest in his home state of Vermont.
 
 
7:39 p.m.
 
Donald Trump has won the Republican presidential primary in Georgia, taking home his first win in the group of contests known as Super Tuesday.
 
The Republican front-runner has already won three of the previous four nomination contests, putting him ahead of his rivals, particularly Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, who many feel need a strong showing on Tuesday to keep their campaigns afloat.
 
Trump posted a message on Twitter reading "Thank you Georgia" moments after polls closed.
 
 
7:10 p.m.
 
Hillary Clinton has sprinted to an early delegate lead on Super Tuesday.
 
Her victories in Georgia and Virginia are giving her an early advantage over Bernie Sanders, who won big in his home state of Vermont.
 
At stake in those three states are 213 delegates.
 
She is assured of at least 108, while Sanders will receive at least 57. Forty-eight remain to be allocated in those three states.
 
In all, 865 delegates are up for grabs in 11 states and American Samoa on Super Tuesday.
 
Going into Super Tuesday, Clinton held a 26-delegate advantage based on wins from primaries and caucuses.