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Super Tuesday, March 1st, 2016, was the biggest day in the presidential primary schedule. Fourteen states and American Samoa held primaries or caucuses on that day, making it extremely influential in deciding the Republican and Democratic candidates for president.


Feb 26, 2016 ... Generally, “Super Tuesday” is the unofficial name for a Tuesday during the presidential primary election when the largest number of states hold ...


Feb 29, 2016 ... The biggest sweep of consecutive primaries happens on Tuesday.


Mar 1, 2016 ... Live Super Tuesday election results, part of the 2016 presidential campaign.


Mar 2, 2016 ... Washington (CNN) Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton carved out dominant positions in their party nominating races on Super Tuesday, ...


Feb 27, 2016 ... Super Tuesday is March 1. Polls close in most states at 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. ET, though results will still be coming in the next day -- Republican ...


Feb 22, 2016 ... Super Tuesday is the nickname given to the one day in every Republican and Democratic presidential primary cycle where the most states vote ...


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Super Tuesday is the date of March 1, 2016. It is called “Super Tuesday” because many states hold their primary voting on the same date which can create a ...


Feb 27, 2016 ... Everyone's talking about "Super Tuesday," what it means and that it's such a big deal in this presidential campaign. But why? Here's a quick ...