What You Need to Know Ahead of Super Tuesday

By Megan T. Brown on February 29, 2016

On Tuesday, the biggest day of the 2016 primary season will bring voters from 13 states and one territory to the polls. Thanks to the most socially trending articles on Super Tuesday, here’s everything you need to know about this event, from the number of delegates the candidates are fighting to secure to what’s already being predicted about the results.


Polls: Trump, Clinton Ahead in Super Tuesday States

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According to polls, here are the likely votes for the Republican and Democratic candidates in Tuesday's voting.

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Trump, Clinton dominant as Super Tuesday looms

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35% of Republicans name Trump as the candidate they feel is most trustworthy.



Super Tuesday: What you need to know

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Here are the answers to the most common questions about this pivotal day of voting.



Aides say Trump will call election OVER after super-Tuesday and refuse further debates

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Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol tweeted information shared by "people close to Trump" indicating the businessman's decision.

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Rubio, Cruz Turn Up Heat on Trump as Super Tuesday Looms

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Here's what Trump's rivals have been doing to derail the front-runner's campaign. Note: A subscription is required to view the full article.

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Rubio, Cruz and Clinton aim attacks at Trump ahead of Super Tuesday

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Among the many warnings Cruz and Rubio publicly issued against voting for Trump was the candidate's refusal to reject white supremacist David Duke's endorsement.



First Super Tuesday results: Americans in New Zealand make their voice heard

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Democrats Abroad will host remote voting for Democrats living across 39 countries until March 8.



How Ted Cruz Painted Himself into a Corner on Super Tuesday

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While most candidates were courting Iowa and New Hampshire, Cruz was determined to appeal to the southern states whose votes would be cast on Super Tuesday.

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Suspense Builds Before Super Tuesday Contests in Presidential Race

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While some candidates are calling the race to the White House "far from over," Americans will have a clearer sense of who each party will select as its presidential nominees.

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More than half a million registered Texans don’t have the right ID to vote on Super Tuesday

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Recent elections laws have placed strict guidelines on the types of ID accepted at the polls. How will this affect the voting process?

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