#USVote: Super Tuesday winners, state by state

Agence France-Presse
#USVote: Super Tuesday winners, state by state
(3rd UPDATE) Here is a state-by-state breakdown of projected winners on the pivotal day of the 2016 White House race

WASHINGTON DC, USA (3rd UPDATE) – Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump scored a string of wins on Super Tuesday, US networks projected, putting the pair closer to presidential nominations. (READ: US elections: Clinton, Trump win big on Super Tuesday)

Ted Cruz managed a win in his home state of Texas over Trump, and others in Oklahoma and Alaska. 

Bernie Sanders defeated Clinton in 4 states: Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and his home state of Vermont.

Republican Marco Rubio notched his first victory of the campaign, taking the Minnesota caucus.

Here is a state-by-state breakdown of projected winners on the pivotal day of the 2016 White House race:

Alabama

  • Republican: Donald Trump
  • Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Alaska

  • Republican: Ted Cruz

Arkansas

  • Republican: Donald Trump
  • Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Colorado

  • Democrat: Bernie Sanders

Georgia

  • Republican: Donald Trump
  • Democrat: Hillary Clinton 

Massachusetts

  • Republican: Donald Trump
  • Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Minnesota

  • Republican: Marco Rubio
  • Democrat: Bernie Sanders

Oklahoma

  • Republican: Ted Cruz
  • Democrat: Bernie Sanders

Tennessee

  • Republican: Donald Trump 
  • Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Texas

  • Republican: Ted Cruz
  • Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Vermont

  • Republican: unknown
  • Democrat: Bernie Sanders 

Virginia

  • Republican: Donald Trump
  • Democrat: Hillary Clinton 

TOTAL WINS

Democrats

  • Hillary Clinton: 7
  • Bernie Sanders: 4

Republicans

  • Donald Trump: 6
  • Ted Cruz: 2
  • Marco Rubio: 1

Rappler.com

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