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Super Tuesday Results: What is It, When is It and Who will Win these Elections?

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Super Tuesday Results What is It, When is It and Who will Win these Elections

Super Tuesday 2020 is almost here and it will decide the fate of the United States Presidential Elections this year. It is the closest thing that comes to a primary voting day in the US bringing major delegate allocations and answering some of the most important questions about the Democratic side.

There will be a total of 15 contestants on this Super Tuesday and polls may decide some winners too. Here is everything you need to know about the Super Tuesday results, date, time, schedule, winners, procedure, the importance of the elections and more.

What is Super Tuesday and Why it is Important?

What is Super Tuesday and Why it is Important

Super Tuesday is the election day early in a United States presidential primary season when the greatest number of U.S. states hold primary elections and caucuses. It will be the first time that California and Texas who have most of the delegates will vote in the Super Tuesday elections.

Most of the contestants are pumping billions of dollars in the campaign advertisements so that their poll numbers can increase before the final elections. While Super Tuesday results may not declare the actual name of the next United States President, it will make somewhat clear on the name who would be the next winner in the race.

When is Super Tuesday Voting and Results?

When is Super Tuesday Voting and Results

Super Tuesday 2020 polls will close at various times across the different states from 7 pm EST to 11 pm EST. Although, it doesn’t mean that the results will be announced on the same night as it could even take the next day for counting votes. Super Tuesday Results should be out by March 4 and the winners from 14 states and American Samoa will reflect the fate of Presidential elections.

Who will win the Super Tuesday Elections?

Who will win the Super Tuesday Elections

Michael Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Doug Jones, Jeff Sessions, Bradley Byrne, Tommy Tuberville, Cal Cunningham, Erica Smith, Mitch McConnell, Beto O’Rourke, etc. are some of the major names from the Republican and Democrat sides who are contesting in the 2020 Super Tuesday polls.

There will be a lot of winners and losers in the practice Presidential elections and the final Super Tuesday results will make the picture more clear.

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