5 Things to Watch For on Super Tuesday
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are poised to build significantly on their leads in delegates on Super Tuesday and secure their standing as presumptive presidential nominees.
Nearly a quarter of the 2,472 total GOP delegates will be awarded on Tuesday, with Trump potentially taking a majority of the 595 up for grabs across 11 states.
On the Democratic side, about 20 percent of pledged delegates will be awarded — 865 of the more than 4,000 total — with Clinton looking to run up the score on Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) as she did in South Carolina.
Here are five things to watch in both contests:
- How much will Trump dominate?
- Can Rubio win anywhere?
- Is a Texas win enough for Cruz?
- Will Tuesday winnow the GOP field?
- Is Super Tuesday the end for Bernie Sanders?