Super Tuesday

The Super Tuesday Super Results Super Thread!

Who is getting the delegates? We'll be updating all evening.

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(3 a.m.): Ted Cruz has taken the lead from Donald Trump in Alaska, but it's just a couple of percentage points between the two of them with 60 percent of the vote counted. CNN reminds us that Alaska's delegates will be handed out proportionally, so Trump and Cruz will end up with fairly similar number of delegates from the state and therefore waiting up for final numbers is pretty silly. 

Here's who has won what so far:

Donald Trump:

  • Alabama
  • Georgia
  • Massachusetts
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • Arkansas
  • Vermont

Ted Cruz:

  • Texas
  • Oklahoma

Hillary Clinton:

  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Georgia
  • Texas
  • Virginia
  • Massachusetts

Bernie Sanders:

  • Vermont
  • Oklahoma
  • Colorado
  • Minnesota

Marco Rubio:

  • Minnesota

(Earlier): Will Donald Trump continue to give noogies and wedgies to all the other Republican candidates (and the GOP in general) this evening as polls predict? Will the latest round of Hillary Clinton e-mails hurt her efforts to keep the Bernie Sanders campaign at bay? (Stop laughing.)

Eleven states are holding their primaries today and selecting delegates (two others will be holding single-party caucuses). While the outcome of tonight's primaries technically will not determine the winner of each party's nomination, certainly we will know by the end where the voters in each party are leaning. Reason will be keeping an eye out for election results and will be posting regular updates through the evening with the latest numbers. Check in with us throughout the evening for the latest state by state information here, and share your despair or delight in the comments. Poll closures listed in Eastern time. 

ALABAMA (polls close 8 p.m.)

Republicans: Donald Trump projected winner based on exit polls.

Democrats: Hillary Clinton projected winner based on exit polls.

ALASKA (polls close midnight)

Republican caucuses only: Ted Cruz leading at 3 a.m.

ARKANSAS (polls close 8:30 p.m.)

Republicans: Donald Trump projected the winner.

Democrats: Hillary Clinton projected winner based on exit polls.

COLORADO (polls close 9 p.m.)

Democratic caucuses only: Bernie Sanders projected the winner.

GEORGIA (polls close 7 p.m.)

Republicans: Donald Trump projected winner on early returns.

Democrats: Hillary Clinton projected the winner based on exit polls. 

MASSACHUSETTS (polls close 8 p.m.)

Republicans: Donald Trump projected winner based on exit polls

Democrats: Hillary Clinton projected to win.

MINNESOTA (polls close 9 p.m.)

Republicans: Marco Rubio projected winner.

Democrats: Bernie Sanders projected winner.

OKLAHOMA (polls close 8 p.m.)

Republicans: Ted Cruz projected the winner.

Democrats: Bernie Sanders projected the winner.

TENNESSEE (polls close 8 p.m.)

Republicans: Donald Trump projected the winner

Democrats: Hillary Clinton projected the winner

TEXAS (polls close 9 p.m.)

Republicans: Ted Cruz projected the winner.

Democrats: Hillary Clinton projected the winner.

VERMONT (polls close 7 p.m.)

Republicans:Donald Trump projected the winner.

Democrats: Bernie Sanders projected the winner based on exit polls. 

VIRGINIA (polls close 7 p.m.)

Republicans: Donald Trump projected winner.

Democrats: Hillary Clinton projected the winner based on exit polls.