Politics Top 10: The Most Socially Shared Super Tuesday TakeawaysBy Megan T. Brown on March 2, 2016
Wondering what drama Super Tuesday voting brought to America’s ever-changing political landscape? Take a look at what might unfold as November draws nearer—we’ve got the most socially shared articles on the 2016 primaries and caucuses to get you up to speed.
Sanders' 86-percent victory over Clinton in Vermont is remarkable, as is his securing five states this election season.
Win McNamee/Getty Images via Huffington Post
Is Sanders gaining ground because Clinton isn't receiving new voters?
AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin via Huffington Post
Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin said former President Bill Clinton was violating state law by soliciting votes within 150 feet of a polling location.
Trump supporter Chris Christie spent The Donald's victory speech in Florida looking less than excited to be present.
@NumbersMuncher via Twitter
Clinton's supporters say her victories throughout the South have paved a clear path to the Democratic nomination.
Gerald Herbert/AP via FiveThirtyEight
As of Tuesday, an increasing number of Americans have taken an interest in venturing to the friendly north.
Google via The Boston Globe
Colorado's growing Latino population helped bolster the Democratic candidate's votes in the state's caucus.
Cruz's victories in Texas, Oklahoma and Alaska have given the Republican more than enough reason to press on.
The Republican front-runner issued a word of warning to the House Speaker in response to media inquiries at his Florida press conference.
John Moore/Getty Images via The Blaze
Republicans are set to release an unflattering television advertisement in a concentrated effort to discredit Trump after his Super Tuesday victories.
The Washington Post