On Super Tuesday, 13 States and 1 Territory will hold primary elections and caucuses on March 1. Get ready Arkansans, the natural state (Arkansas) is one of them. If you live in Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming and American Samoa and have not voted yet, I encourage you to “Get out and Vote” as early as possible.
Learn More: 2016 Presidential Candidates
- Republicans: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, and Ben Carson
- Democrats: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
“Super Tuesday could be a pivotal day for frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, depending on the number of delegates they secure. The Republicans on Super Tuesday have an opportunity to win about half of the 1,237 delegates needed to claim the nomination. On the Democratic side, about 880 delegates will be awarded — roughly a third of those needed for the nomination.” – Stephanie Condon & Emily Schulteis, CBS News
Since there are more delegates available on March 1 than any other primary day, the results will be interesting to watch. So, who will you be watching and following on Super Tuesday among the presidential candidates? Why? Until next time… feel free to comment, like, and share.
To learn more about Super Tuesday, read Super Tuesday: What You need to Know.