2020 Super Tuesday Democratic Primaries Countup
Haps: Tuesday March 3, 2020
Super Tuesday 2020 is on Tuesday March 3, 2020, where democrats will vote in 14 states primaries and 1 outer territory. The Super Tuesday democratic primaries are:
Alabama, American Samoa (caucus), Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia. Nearly one third of the delegates are at stake during
Super Tuesday. It will be interesting to see if Bernie Sanders can keep his lead, if Mike Bloomberg, given his nearly half billion dollar campaign spend by then, will upend the democratic race, if Joe Biden can be the comeback kid,
and where Warren, Klobuchar, Buttigieg and Steyer stand after the last vote is counted. Poll closings vary by state, with Vermont being the first, and California the last.
Monday March 2, 2020 - Breaking News with just hours to go until Super Tuesday! Subsequent to the South Carolina Primary, which was won by Joe Biden (who received 39 delegates, with the remaining 15 going to runner-up Bernie Sanders), the following candidates have dropped out of the 2020 Presidential Race: Tom Steyer, Pete Buttigieg, and Amy Klobuchar. Both Klobuchar and Buttigieg have indicated they will endorse Joe Biden.
Wednesday Marhc 4, 2020 - The Super Results are mainly in (still waiting on California and Maine). It was a stunning victory, and comeback, for Joe Biden, who swept the Southern States, as well as: Minnesota with the help of Senator Amy Klobuchar and her endorsement; Texas (endorsed by Beto O'Rourke on March 2); Massachusettes, winning in Senator Elizabeth Warren's home state. On March 4, 2020, Michael Bloomberg has ended his presidential campaign and Bloomberg is endorsing Joe Biden for president.
Countup since 2020 Super Tuesday Democratic Primaries on March 3, 2020
Super Tuesday 2020 Poll
Who do you think will win Super Tuesday?
Voting on this poll ended on March 3, 2020
Mike Bloomberg option inactive; Pete Buttigieg option inactive; Amy Klobuchar option inactive; Tom Steyer option inactive;