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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.

Everything you need to know about Super Tuesday 2016 - POLITICO


Feb 26, 2016 ...Super Tuesday,” which is scheduled for March 1, refers to the day when a dozen states (and one territory) will hold their nominating contests ...

Super Tuesday 2016 – 2016 Election Central


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 ...

Super Tuesday - Washington Post


Voting results and analysis from Super Tuesday, a step on the road to Election 2016.

Super Tuesday: What you need to know about the polls, states and ...


Mar 1, 2016 ... The inclusion of so many Southern states on Super Tuesday has changed the dynamics of the GOP and Democratic primaries this election ...

Super Tuesday: Here's What You Need To Know : NPR


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 ...

RealClearPolitics - Republican Nomination -- Super Tuesday


Mar 1, 2016 ... RealClearPolitics - Republican Nomination -- Super Tuesday.

Why Super Tuesday is so important - Al Jazeera English


Feb 29, 2016 ... Super Tuesday is seen as a key turning point in most presidential campaigns and narrows the field.

What is Super Tuesday, and why is it important? | The Daily Dot


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

What You Need To Know About Super Tuesday | The Huffington Post


Feb 29, 2016 ... You may have heard about the importance of Super Tuesday for deciding who the next president is, but you are still not sure what it is exactly.