US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton poses for a selfie with attendees to her campaign rally at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Hillary Clinton is currently in the lead in the Democratic Primaries with 464 pledged delegates. She also has the supporter of 457 superdelegates.
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United States Senator and Democratic Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders gestures as he speaks during a Super Tuesday rally at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction, Vermont. The Bern isn't quite put out yet - as while he only won 189 delegates, giving him a total of 254, plus 22 super delegates his main strength is in Northern states which haven't voted yet.
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Republican 2016 US presidential candidate businessman Donald Trump (R) speaks, after being introduced by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (L) at a Super Tuesday campaign event in Palm Beach, Florida. Donald Trump is leading the Republican pack with 285 delegates.
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Caroline Cruz (R) hams it up for the cameras before her father, US Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz (unseen), speaks to supporters at his election night party after Super Tuesday in Stafford, Texas, USA, 01 March 2016. Twelve states voted in the early primary on Super Tuesday across the country. US Senator Ted Cruz, who won in Texas and in Oklahoma, said he is the only candidate who can stop early front-runner Donald Trump from winning the Republican Party's presidential nomination. He currently has 161 delegates.
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Republican 2016 US presidential candidate Florida Senator Marco Rubio participates in a Super Tuesday primary election night rally at Tropical Park in Miami, Florida, USA. Rubio has 87 delegates.
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Republican presidential candidate John Kasich listens to his introduction at a town hall rally at the George Mason University Law School on Super Tuesday in Arlington, Virginia. He has 25 delegates.
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Republican U.S. presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson speaks at the debate sponsored by CNN for the 2016 Republican U.S. presidential candidates in Houston, Texas. He is coming in last - with only 8 delegates.