Voters in a dozen states, American Samoa, and even foreign countries went to the polls Tuesday to weigh in on their party’s presidential races. A whopping 1,460 delegates are up for grabs on Super Tuesday—595 for the Republicans and 865 for the Democrats. We’re covering all the latest developments as the results come in (see our running updates here). We’ll also be updating the maps below throughout the night—you can see who’s winning, who’s losing, and which states are still up for grabs.




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