Super Tuesday

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Super Tuesday is the day in the presidential primary when the most delegates are decided based on the votes cast in party primaries. In 2012, Super Tuesday is on March 6, when these states award a total of more than 400 delegates for the Presidential Election 2012:

The biggest prize before June, Texas, will not hold its primary until sometime in April, depending on the outcome of its unresolved redistricting.

Super Tuesday 2008

In 2008, Super Tuesday was February 5, 2008. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican John McCain emerged with the most delegates. Here are the state-by-state results of Super Tuesday in 2008:

State Democrat Republican
Alabama Barack Obama Mike Huckabee
Alaska Barack Obama Mitt Romney
Arizona Hillary Clinton John McCain
Arkansas Hillary Clinton Mike Huckabee
California Hillary Clinton John McCain
Colorado Barack Obama Mitt Romney
Connecticut Barack Obama John McCain
Delaware Barack Obama John McCain
Idaho Barack Obama None
Illinois Barack Obama John McCain
Kansas Barack Obama None
Massachusetts Hillary Clinton Mitt Romney
Minnesota Barack Obama Mitt Romney
Missouri Barack Obama John McCain
Montana None Mitt Romney
New Jersey Hillary Clinton John McCain
New York Hillary Clinton John McCain
North Dakota Barack Obama Mitt Romney
Oklahoma Hillary Clinton John McCain
Tennessee Hillary Clinton Mike Huckabee
Utah Barack Obama Mitt Romney
West Virginia None Mike Huckabee