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5 Things to Watch For on Super Tuesday

5 Things to Watch For on Super Tuesday

EXCERPT FROM THE HILL -

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:

  1. How much will Trump dominate?
  2. Can Rubio win anywhere?
  3. Is a Texas win enough for Cruz?
  4. Will Tuesday winnow the GOP field?
  5. Is Super Tuesday the end for Bernie Sanders?

Read the full story at The Hill→

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