Super Tuesday – Ground Reports and Open Discussion – 1,344 Delegates Available

Today is Super Tuesday where 14 states and two territories vote in the presidential primary (listed below). There are a total of 1,320 delegates up for grabs representing 34 percent of all available delegates. Approximately 40 percent of all American voters will be voting today. At the end of today we will likely have an even better idea of whether the DNC will end up with a brokered convention.

Bernie Sanders is hoping for at least 50 percent of the total available delegates with a heavy focus on Texas, California, Massachusetts and Minnesota.  Club Favorite Joe Biden is hoping for a strong showing in southern states, and second-place proportional delegates in Texas and California.  Biden and Bloomberg are hoping to block Bernie. Mini-mike has staked his reputation and spent $500 million to win delegates today from anywhere.

However, Elizabeth Warren is hoping to become a very important king-maker by gathering just enough of the delegates Bernie needs & then entering talks with both sides.

Below you will find a list of states voting today along with the number of delegates for each state and territory. If you are voting today feel free to share your ground report. What’s the turnout like in your local precinct?

♦Alabama: Open primary, with 52 pledged delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦American Samoa: Open caucus, with the territory awarding six delegates on the basis of the results of the caucuses.

♦Arkansas: Open primary, with 31 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦California: Semi-closed primary -only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot- with the 415 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Colorado: Semi-closed primary –only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot- with 67 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Democrats Abroad: Open primary in which any U.S. citizen living abroad who is a member of Democrats Abroad can participate, with the 13 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Maine: Closed primary –only Democrats can cast a ballot- 24 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Massachusetts: Semi-closed primary –only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot- 91 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Minnesota: Open primary, 75 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦North Carolina: Semi-closed primary –only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot- 110 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Oklahoma: Semi-closed primary –only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot- 37 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Tennessee: Open primary, 64 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Texas: Open primary, 228 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Utah: Open primary, 29 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Vermont: Open primary, 16 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

♦Virginia: Open primary, 99 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

~ Current Outlook ~

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505 Responses to Super Tuesday – Ground Reports and Open Discussion – 1,344 Delegates Available

  1. RJ says:

    Pierce Bush, Bush 41’s grandson one of the candidates vying for the nomination….

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  2. 94corvette says:

    Just returned from voting in suburban Houston – big crowd and with 28 voting machines in use, a 30 minute wait. Interesting to pick out the Biden and Bernie voters waiting in line. I can remember when I was young and idealistic and voted for McGovern. They really ought to raise the voting age to 25.

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    • Mr e-man says:

      I feel like telling Bernie voters that they need to leave half the money in their wallets for the people that don’t have any. And that they should tell their parents to give their Christmas presents this year to the neighbors who don’t have enough.

      After all, that is what they are voting for. Do they stand by it or do they think that is just for other people?

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    • HonorDefendBuckeye says:

      Understand your voting age to 25 thought, but we cannot ask young people to serve in war without their right to vote in my opinion. Faced the Vietnam quagmire and it has been part of my context ever since.

      We need actual American education, not the claptrap now in the schools. That our congressional critters stand idly by, with their thumbs in their mouths, while the taxpayers fund the “professors” is one of my pet peeves – they do nothing to correct it, and we do not hold them to account.

      If a college does not uphold free speech and assembly, they receive no funding, Nada, nothing, zero, for anything on their campus- no ifs, or buts.

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      • California Joe says:

        Only Americans who actually pay tax should be able to vote. This nonsense of having welfare recipients vote to increase taxes on the rest of us so they get more “free stuff” is bullsh!t.

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        • De Oppresso Liber says:

          I will go one step further, Joe…….when considering any new tax provisions to monetarily support bond issues or other public investments, specifically tied to an increase in property taxes, should only be open to consideration by property owners. It’s very easy for non-property owners to vote FOR a tax which will not affect them at all.

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      • “ Understand your voting age to 25 thought, but we cannot ask young people to serve in war without their right to vote in my opinion. Faced the Vietnam quagmire and it has been part of my context ever since.”

        You are right, we should allow people in the military to vote,
        while everyone else, starts voting at 30.

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      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        We are twins separated at birth, Buckeye. My numero uno pet peeve is the communist, anti-American indoctrination being force fed to our youth today. I was truly blessed to be able to send my children to private schools; it honestly saddens me to consider the many millions of Americans who either cannot afford private education for their children, or are NOT ALLOWED to remove their children from atrocious, failing schools, and send them to better schools of their choice.

        The very fact that a committed, openly admitted, marxist BUM like Bernie Sanders even has a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming a major party’s candidate for President of the United States, speaks volumes about the “progressive” state of public education in America today.

        Most colleges and universities are nothing more than indoctrination centers for creating new generations of Che Gueveras and Greta Thornbergs to infect our populace and then procreate even more. But, we all know the answer as to why and how it happened, and until we find ELECTED LEADERS (NOT POLITICIANS) with the courage and resolve to take on, defeat, and dismantle the commie/marxist/progressive Federal teacher’s Union, then nothing will ever change.

        We’ve already lost two generations of children to the America haters; our only chance of redeeming them is that when they achieve adulthood, reality smacks them in the face like a dead fish.

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    • BigTalkers says:

      The Dems have talked about lowering the voting age to 16… If they changed it to 1, maybe they’d stop killing babies.

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      • When you are 16, you are smarter than adults, so you should be able to vote for Democrats/s

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        • littleanniefannie says:

          Taught high schoolers for many years. They know everything. If you don’t believe me, just ask them!! There’s a lot they don’t understand but they do 8nderstand free. In their world, the government just prints money, passes it out, and everyone can buy whatever they want. No one has to work, free college won’t be an issue in a couple of years—with everyone getting all these handouts there is no need for anyone to work, thus no need for education. Health care—it will be free. The elderly will not be treated for diseases so they will die off soon. Abortions will be freely available so children will not be a problem either. With no young or old people, the 20-65 crowd will get it all. At 65, you better not get sick.
          Bernie, you forgot to mention how you will deal with the dead bodies. Fish food? Fuel to replace coal?
          RIP USA if the Democrats steal this election!!

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    • I agree, as smart as you are when you are 18, you will be wiser at 25 or 30.

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  3. treehouseron says:

    I just checked my precinct results for the 2016 election in South Charlotte, it was 968 for Hilldog and 774 for the very stable Genius. I think we can flip it this year.

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  4. WOW

    Hillary called Bernie “a career politician” and said “his campaign is baloney.”

    BOTH are things that Hillary can honestly claim expertise in. (Maybe her ONLY areas of expertise, unless graft counts.)

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    • Hillary is doing “RRP (Reverse Reality Projection)” again!

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      • Merle Marks says:

        Hillary continuing to ride the “mirror express”…

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      • She is PRAYING that Bernie doesn’t win the nomination outright. She believes Her LAST CHANCE lies in someone ELSE tapping her for VP.

        I don’t believe ANY of the remaining candidates would willingly hang THAT albatross around their neck before Nov.

        And remember, Tom Perez is an OBAMA guy. IMO, He would be more likely to try to shoehorn Moochelle onto the ticket than HRC.

        She needs to just close her piehole and slip into old age with the Billions her Foundation laundered.

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  5. Alabama > Biden
    Arkansas > Biden
    California > Sanders
    Colorado > Sanders
    Maine > Sanders
    Massachusetts > Sanders
    Minnesota > Sanders
    North Carolina > Biden
    Oklahoma > Biden
    Tennessee > Biden
    Texas > Sanders
    Utah > Biden
    Vermont > Sanders
    Virginia > Biden

    Biden 7
    Sanders 7

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  6. 1stgoblyn says:

    Pittsburgh is a state now? Bloomberg was naming states and listed Pittsburgh among Michigan, Florida, Wisconsin and a few others. Who knew.

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  7. pyrthroes says:

    As we posted last November 12, 2019, “a historically accurate rule-of-thumb (beautifully applicable from Super Tuesday to Election Day 2016) discounts mass-media/TV polls by 15%– for example, where Rat propaganda alleges Trump support at (say) 47%, his actual tally approaches 62%.

    “In context, ignoring a potential 4+ million minority (black, Hispanic) increment, we thus project a nationwide Trump vote of minimum 67.3 on 126.0 million (53.41%) in November 2020, a net 8.60 million legitimate ballots, deriving an overall popular margin of 6.83% with a commensurate Electoral Vote nearing 343 : 188 vs. 2016’s 304 : 227 (33.9%).”

    As of Super Tuesday on March 3rd 2020, Rats’ combined 238.3 (Sanders) + 147.6 (Biden) + 146.9 (Bloomberg) = 532.8 vs. Trump’s 569.4 derives 6.87% Trump vs. our projected 6.83%, a remarkably accurate result.

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