As Super Tuesday Gets Underway, Sanders Digs In for the Long Haul

As millions of Americans head to the polls for Super Tuesday, the Washington Post is providing live election results here.

The states holding primary or caucuses are Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming, and American Samoa, with a total of 1,460 delegates up for grabs—865 for Democrats and 595 for Republicans.

Margins are important in allotting state-by-state delegates; the closer the finish, the higher the count. Results for Democrats are largely not expected to come in until the evening, although polling indicates that Hillary Clinton is poised to win a majority of the states.

On Twitter, the events are being updated with the hashtag #SuperTuesday.

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Super Tuesday is here, and the race for the Democratic nomination is only getting started.

Following a big primary loss in South Carolina over the weekend, Bernie Sanders promised that he was in the race for the long haul—and then subsequently raised $6 million in one day to amass a total of $42 million in February alone. That’s the most any presidential candidate has raised in a single month in this presidential election cycle, including Hillary Clinton, his chief rival for the nomination.

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