Skip Nav
Wicked-Awesome Disney Villain Halloween Costumes
9 Harsh Truths About Dating in Your Late 30s
Wonder Woman
17 Sexy Wonder Woman Costume Ideas

Who's Winning Super Tuesday?

Here Come the Winners!

Almost every state in!!! Here's what we've been waiting for all day! Our exclusive state-by-state winners chart! Updated as soon as races are called — to check out the winners and comment on the outcomes,


State Democrats Republicans
Alabama Obama Huckabee
Alaska Obama AK R TBD
Arizona Clinton McCain
Arkansas Clinton Huckabee
California Clinton McCain
Colorado Obama Romney
Connecticut Obama McCain
Delaware Obama McCain
Georgia Obama Huckabee
Idaho Obama NA
Illinois Obama McCain
Kansas Obama NA
Massachusetts Clinton Romney
Minnesota Obama Romney
Missouri Obama McCain
Montana NA Romney
New Jersey Clinton McCain
Montana NA MT R TBD
New Mexico NM D TBD NA
New York Clinton McCain
North Dakota Obama Romney
Oklahoma Clinton McCain
Tennessee Clinton Huckabee
Utah Obama Romney
West Virginia NA Huckabee
Green Green 9 years
i can't wait to see what happens
Jillness Jillness 9 years
I think Obama's HUGE wins in states like Idaho, Alaska, Minnesota, and Kansas really says a lot. He was winning 2 to 1 margins in some of these states...and that is for ALL democratic voters, not just a certain race.
LibertySugar LibertySugar 9 years
Hi everyone! I agree that California was very relevant!! And what I couldn't believe, was that this year my vote actually mattered, when so many other primary seasons California votes after it's all decided and everyone has dropped out besides the front runner. :)
dbanner dbanner 9 years
California is hugely relevant - it reflects the sheer diversity of the USA there in one state. So it's a massive boost to Clinton's campaign. I think she's getting 2:1 in the Hispanic community and 3:1 in the Asian community. I think there's a lot of loyalty and connections there between ethnic groups and the Clintons for many years and they are now standing up for her. Obama is very fresh and dynamic (celebrity somehow), but there is lot to be said for a hard-working, experienced, proven worker such as Clinton. There's a lot to be said for a safe pair of hands in the White House. I would like to see either as President but overall I think Hilary should and will do it.
JovianSkies JovianSkies 9 years
At the risk of sounding ignorant, why are your hispanic coworkers voting for Hillary (if you don't mind saying so, that is)? If you don't want to discuss it, I won't be offended :-)
mommie mommie 9 years
CALIFORNIA NOT RELEVANT!!!! are you kidding Liberty???? Its a huge win for Hillary to get Cally.
terryt18 terryt18 9 years
Ron Paul and his six delegates. Bless their hearts.
chiefdishwasher chiefdishwasher 9 years
In my job, i work with many hispanics. They are all voting for Hillary. Sugar persons, do you get paid overtime for working these extra hours?
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
Well, folks, I am exhausted. Here are CNN's estimates: Mrs. Clinton now 576 delegates, 335 of those won tonight. That's about a quarter of those needed to win the democratic election. Mr. Obama is still going very strong with 470, 301 won tonight. This race is far from over, folks. Clinton took big states, which is why she has more delegates, but Obama won more states. In my opinion, you can't call a "winner" for today. I'd say they've tied. The Reps, on the other hand, have a clear winner. Sen. John McCain now has nearly half of the delegates needed to win the republican nomination. He has 475, 363 of which he won tonight. His next closest rival, Mitt Romney, has 165, 71 of which were won tonight and Huckabee has 105, 76 won tonight. Now, these numbers are far from exact, but the general trends probably are. The Times is refusing to call delegates, but renegades that CNN are, they went for it! lol Well, this was fun! Good Night, everybody! :dance:
Fab84 Fab84 9 years
What a great election!!!
KadBunny KadBunny 9 years
"And Ron Paul for the only time in the leader boards!" :P Aww that was sad, I feel bad for him. I like Ron Paul.
JovianSkies JovianSkies 9 years
Thanks PrincessKitty :-) I had the feeling he'd be in the lead.
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
McCain has gained 363 delegates according to CNN (an estimate of course). That puts him at 475. He needs 1,191 to get the nomination. He's leading the others by A LOT.
JovianSkies JovianSkies 9 years
My TV is being hogged! What's going on with the Republicans? Anybody?
pequeña pequeña 9 years
Go Obama! God, I'm so excited! Thaks for reporting princess, this is very entertaining!
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
Thanks! :hug:
nyaradzom2001 nyaradzom2001 9 years
princess your running commentary has been keeping me more entertained than what they are saying on TV. You rock!!!
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
Only two left in Democrat race is AK and NM, led by Obama and Hillary, respectively.
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
How'd ya guess? lol
JovianSkies JovianSkies 9 years
I guess you're a Hillary fan PrincessKitty22, lol!
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
Hillary takes CA! OMG, I'm so excited!
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
Hillary and Obama switched in MO.
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
Hillary leading in CA and NM.
caryatid caryatid 9 years
i totally know the feeling... i'm stuck on cnn!!!
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
OMG, I'm dyin' here.
CBD Oil at Target
Reduced-Fat Avocados
Trek Bikes Paying Women Equally
Demi Lovato One Voice Somos Live Performance Video
From Our Partners
Latest Love
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds