Fourteen states and one territory will hold nominating contests for the Democratic Party candidate for president on Tuesday, the most pivotal day on the presidential primary calendar.
1,344 pledged delegates — about a third of the total are up for play on Super Tuesday.
Here is the breakdown of the 14 states results:
Sanders wins California primary
Sen. Bernie Sanders won the California primary on Tuesday night, winning the top prize of the night with the largest number of delegates up for grabs.
The Associated Press called the race for the Vermont senator shortly after polls closed at 11 p.m. ET.
With 24 percent reporting, Sanders was ahead with 28.4 percent support, followed by Bloomberg at 18.9 percent, Biden at 16.9 percent and Warren at 11.8 percent.
“Tonight, I tell you with absolute confidence, we are going to win the Democratic nomination, and we are going to defeat the most dangerous president in the history of this country,” Sanders told a raucous crowd in his home state of Vermont Tuesday night.
Sanders narrowly lost the California primary to Hillary Clinton in 2016.
His victory in California follows wins in Colorado, Utah and Vermont. Biden won a spree of Super Tuesday states, including Alabama, Arkansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Virginia, as well as Minnesota and Massachusetts.
The final results of California is expected to be released by the end of the week.
Texas is still too close to call, as the second-largest contest has 228 delegates up for grabs.
Biden Defeats Massachusetts, a crushing blow to Warren
Former Vice President Joe Biden will win the Massachusetts Democratic primary, a crushing blow to rival Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who represents the state.
The Associated Press called the race for Biden shortly before 11 p.m. ET. With about 60 percent of precincts reporting, Biden carried about 34 percent of the vote, followed by Sanders in second with about 27 percent of the vote and Warren running third with about 21 percent of the vote.
It is a disappointing loss for Warren. She has not won a single primary or caucus, and the loss in her home state is likely to increase pressure on her to drop out of the presidential race.
Biden’s win in Massachusetts was totally unexpected because he hasn’t led in any of the state’s poll. Every public survey conducted showed either Warren or Sanders in first place, with Biden typically trailing in third place or lower.
The Bay State has 91 pledged delegates up for grabs.
Sanders wins Utah — His Third Win of the Night
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) won the Utah Democratic primary, adding his third win of Super Tuesday night.
Multiple News Network called Sanders the winner shortly after 10:30 p.m ET.
With 21 percent of precincts reporting, Sanders was ahead with 31.4 percent support, followed by Bloomberg at 19 percent, Warren at 15 percent and Biden at 14.6 percent.
Utah has 29 pledged delegates up for grabs
Biden wins Arkansas Primary
Former Vice President Joe Biden adds to a slew of Super Tuesday state wins, by securing a win in the Arkansas presidential primary.
The Associated Press called the race for Biden shortly before 10 p.m. ET. Polls close at 8:30 p.m. ET.
With 17 percent of precincts reporting, Biden was ahead with 31 percent support, followed by Sanders at 21 percent, Bloomberg at 20 percent and Warren at 10 percent.
There are 31 pledged delegates available in Arkansas.
Biden wins Minnesota Primary
Former Vice President Joe Biden won a surprising come-from-behind victory in the Minnesota Democratic presidential primary, edging out Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The Associated Press called the race for Biden at 9:47 p.m. ET. Polls closed at 9 p.m. ET.
Biden credited the win to Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who a day prior ended her campaign and threw her support behind Biden.
“We won Minnesota because of Amy Klobuchar,” Biden said in televised remarks from an event in Los Angeles.
Klobuchar congratulated Biden on the win.
“Congrats to @JoeBiden on a great night, including his victory in Minnesota!,” she tweeted. “As I said last night, Joe will bring our party together and build a strong coalition to unite this country. And he will win big in November!”
Sanders easily won Minnesota’s caucuses in 2016 and has a large and motivated progressive base in the state. He was seen to be a favorite to win the state again and was backed by state Attorney General Keith Ellison and U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar.
The state has 75 delegates at stake.
Biden’s victory followed wins in Alabama, Arkansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Virginia. Sanders won Colorado and his home state of Vermont.
Biden takes Tennessee
In one of the tightest race of the night, Joe Biden wins the Tennessee presidential primary, beating Bernie Sanders.
With 64 pledged delegates up for grabs, Biden was the projected winner with 33 percent of the vote with 40 percent of precincts reporting in. Sanders came in second with 24 percent of the votes, followed by Mike Bloomberg with roughly 20 percent. Sen. Elizabeth Warren was in fourth place with only 9.4 percent.
Some of the polling sites in Tennessee were opened late until 10 p.m. local time, after the state Democratic Party and four presidential campaigns asked for the extended time due to areas being hit by deadly tornadoes early Tuesday morning.
Biden wins Oklahoma
Adding to the list of wins from Super Tuesday, Joe Biden won the Oklahoma presidential primary.
The race was called for Biden shortly after 9 p.m. ET. Polls closed at 8 p.m. ET.
As of 9 p.m., Biden had 28.7 percent (8,120) of the votes with 6 percent of precincts reporting. Sanders was in second place with 21.5 percent (6,086 of the votes) followed by Mike Bloomberg with 18.5 percent (5,253 of the votes). Sen. Elizabeth Warren was in fourth place with 13.4 percent (3,793 of the votes).
Sanders won Oklahoma by about 10 points in the 2016 primary against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Oklahoma will award 37 pledged delegates in the race for the Democratic nomination.
Sanders wins Colorado Primary
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), has won the Colorado Democratic presidential primary, notching his first win in a Western state on Super Tuesday.
The Associated Press called Sanders the winner of the Centennial State when polls closed at 9 p.m. ET.
67 pledged delegates up for grabs.
The win in Colorado marks Sanders second win of Super Tuesday. He claimed his first victory in his home state of Vermont right shortly as the polls closed.
With Biden so far winning the bulk of states of Super Tuesday, scoring key victories in Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama and Oklahoma, Sanders is expected to rack up the biggest victory and prize of the night — California.
Biden Wins Alabama Primary
Biden clinched another Southern state, winning the Alabama primary.
Multiple news network called the race for Biden right as the polls closed around 8 p.m. ET before any votes had been counted, using exit poll data.
The former vice president was a favorite to win the state. FiveThirtyEight’s forecast shows Biden with a 61 percent chance of winning.
CNN’s exit polling out of Alabama showed Biden with 69 percent support among nonwhite voters.
52 delegates are up for grabs.
Mike Bloomberg Wins Tiny American Samoa Territory
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg was declared the winner of the American Samoa caucuses.
The win was the first of the night for Bloomberg.
With 100 percent of the precincts reporting, the former New York mayor won 49.9 percent of the vote, compared to 29.3 for Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, 10.5 percent for Bernie Sanders and 8.8 percent for Joe Biden.
Bloomberg was endorsed by American Samoan chief Fa’alagiga Nina Tua’au-Glaude on Monday.
American Samoa has six pledge delegates to allocate.
Gabbard’s campaign said it has won a delegates from the U.S. territory.
Biden Wins North Carolina Primary
Former Vice President Joe Biden won North Carolina’s Democratic presidential primary, scoring his second win of the night with the third biggest electoral prizes of Super Tuesday.
Fox News, CNN and ABC projected Biden the winner shortly as polls closed at 7:30 p.m. ET. His victory provided Biden his second win of the night after Virginia.
Exit polls indicated that Biden was poised to win the state by a clear margin.
As of 8:30 p.m., Biden had roughly 30.2 percent (136,856 ) of the vote with 4 percent of precincts reporting. Bernie Sanders was in second place with 23.9 percent (108,214 of the votes) followed by Mike Bloomberg with 17.7 percent (80,372 of the votes). Sen. Elizabeth Warren was in fourth place with 11.7 percent (52,924 of the votes).
The state has 110 pledged delegates up for grabs on Tuesday. It’s still unclear exactly how many of those he will be awarded.
Sanders Wins Big in Home-State Vermont
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) scored his first victory on Tuesday night with a decisive win in his home state’s Democratic presidential primary.
FOX News, CBS and CNN projected Sanders the winner shortly after polls closed.
Sanders’s win in the state was expected, with the most current RealClearPolitics polling average showing him leading the primary in the state by 41 percentage points.
As of 8 p.m., Sanders had roughly 53 percent (2,558) of the vote with 4 percent of precincts reporting. Biden was in second place with 23.2 percent (1,122 of the votes) followed by Mike Bloomberg with 10.3 percent (495 of the votes). Sen. Elizabeth Warren was in fourth place with 9.1 percent (437 of the votes).
Vermont has a total of 16 pledged delegates.
Biden scored a big victory early in the night, winning Virginia, which has the fourth-largest delegate share up for grabs at 99.
Biden wins Virginia primary
Former Vice President Joe Biden won the Virginia primary. The race was called shortly after 7pm ET when polls closed using exit polls before any vote count were reported.
There are 99 pledged delegates up for grabs in Virginia, about 7 percent of the total delegates decided tonight.
As of 8 p.m., Biden had roughly 54 percent (337,917) of the vote with 55 percent of precincts reporting. Bernie Sanders was in second place with 23.7 percent (147,679 of the votes) followed by Elizabeth Warren with 10.2 percent (63,625 of the votes). Billionaire Mike Bloomberg was in fourth place with 9.3 percent (58,258 of the votes).
Biden was boosted by a string of endorsements from high-profile Virginians, including Sen. Tim Kaine (D), former Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) and Democratic Reps. Bobby Scott, Jennifer Wexton and Don Beyer.
Biden is posed to win at least a majority of Virginia’s 99 delegates.