Tuesday, March 3rd….
14 States and a American Possession
40% of America can vote….
34% of the Democratic pledged delegates are up for grabs…
California and Texas are the biggest delegate states….
Almost every poll available is a read BEFORE the South Carolina strong win by Joe Biden…
There very well could be a ‘bounce’ of support for Biden….
Pete Buttigieg has dropped out the race as has Tom Steyer….
Mike Bloomberg will begin to appear on primary ballots, but is not expected to win any of the primary races on Tuesday…
The expectation is that the wins will be shared between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden, with a possible win for Amy Klobuchar getting her only primary win in Minnesota..
Super Tuesday refers to the Tuesday in a presidential election year when the largest number of states and territories hold a presidential preference primary or caucus. In 2020, Super Tuesday will be held on March 3.
Fifteen jurisdictions are holding a primary event on Super Tuesday in 2020.
The Democrats Abroad primary also begins on March 3 and concludes on March 10….
Super Tuesday could clarify things more: It is the single day when the most states hold contests to pick a presidential nominee, the most voters have a chance to go to the polls, and the most delegates will be allotted to candidates. More than a third of all delegates for the Democratic National Convention are up for grabs on this one day.
And it comes at a particularly dramatic point in the race, as former vice president Joe Biden is surging to become the moderate candidate who can challenge Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).