What’s The Big Deal With Super Tuesday? How Today’s Primaries Could Change the Democratic Nomination

Nicole Rojas
Mar 3, 2020 - 4:12

It’s Super Tuesday, a critical election date that will determine how 1,357 Democratic delegates, more than a third of all delegates up for grabs, are awarded. Democratic candidates need to win 1,991 delegates to become the party’s presidential nominee. Just four candidates remain in the race, with only three of those candidates coming into Super Tuesday with any delegates to their names. 

The North Star has broken down everything you need to know as Super Tuesday comes underway. The results of today’s primaries could significantly change the Democratic race. 

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