With no Democratic presidential primary candidate yet claiming an overwhelming lead in the delegate race in the nation’s first primary battles, Super Tuesday is poised to play a huge role in the 2020 presidential nomination contest.

And with both California and Texas – the nation’s two most populous states – holding primaries today, around 40 percent of Americans are voting.

Bernie Sanders still leads the delegate race after the first four contests of the primary season, with Joe Biden right behind him.

Former candidates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar dropped out of the race yesterday, endorsing Biden.

Beto O’Rourke also joined the rally in Dallas to endorse Biden.

Sanders is expected to do well in several states, including California.

This will mark the first time Michael Bloomberg appears on ballots across the country.

For Elizabeth Warren, this could be the last full day of her campaign. She needs victories in states to haul in delegates, and she also needs to show she can compete with Sanders.

Here’s the latest Delegate Count:

 

 

Here is a look at when every state goes to the polls and where the largest troves of delegates are at stake:

 

Alabama: The state holds an open primary, with 52 pledged delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

American Samoa: The territory holds an open caucus, with the territory awarding six delegates on the basis of the results of the caucuses.

Arkansas: The state holds an open primary, with the 31 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

California: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 415 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Colorado: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 67 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Democrats Abroad: This is an open primary in which any U.S. citizen living abroad who is a member of Democrats Abroad can participate, with the 13 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Maine: The state holds a closed primary – meaning only Democrats can cast a ballot, with the 24 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Massachusetts: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 91 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Minnesota: The state holds an open primary, with the 75 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

North Carolina: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 110 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Oklahoma: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 37 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Tennessee: The state holds an open primary, with the 64 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Texas: The state holds an open primary, with the 228 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Utah: The state holds an open primary, with the 29 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Vermont: The state holds an open primary, with the 16 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Virginia: The state holds an open primary, with the 99 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

 

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