Live results: Super Tuesday

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Politifrog will be providing coverage and updates as primary results roll in from 14 states across the nation. Our map will be reflected to show the AP News projected winner in each state.

6:03 p.m.: Former Vice President Joe Biden is the projected winner of Virginia, according to AP News. The race was called almost immediately after the polls closed.

6:20 p.m.: Sen. Bernie Sanders is projected to win his home state of Vermont, according to AP News.

6:47 p.m.: Former Vice President Joe Biden is the projected winner in North Carolina, according to AP News.

7:03 p.m.: Former Vice President Joe Biden continues to gain momentum as he is the projected winner in Alabama, according to AP News.

8:03 p.m.: Sen. Bernie Sanders is projected to win in Colorado, his second victory of the night, according to AP News.

8:15 p.m.: Former Vice President Joe Biden is projected to win Oklahoma and Tennessee, according to AP News.

8:52 p.m.: Former Vice President Joe Biden is projected to win Minnesota, continuing his Super Tuesday success, according to AP News.

9:32 p.m.: Sen. Bernie Sanders is projected to win Utah, his third victory of the night, according to AP News.

9:53 p.m.: Former Vice President Joe Biden is projected to win Massachusetts, according to AP News. The candidates are still awaiting results from Texas and California.

10:04 p.m.: Sen. Bernie Sanders is projected to win California, according to AP News. Sanders now has 163 delegates, while Former Vice President Biden is still in the lead with 167.

Former Vice President Joe Biden ended the night winning ten states and 380 delegates, while Sen. Bernie Sanders won the remaining four states and took home 328 delegates. Biden is currently in the lead for the Democratic nomination with 433 total delegates, while Sanders is close behind with 388.

Texas Results

8:17 p.m.: Sen. Bernie Sanders has a slight lead as the first results from the state begin to trickle in

9:21 p.m.: Sanders continues to lead as nearly 10 percent of the state has its results in.

10:00 p.m.: Sanders still leads with 177 of the states 254 counties partially reporting.

8:22 p.m.: Veteran Mary “MJ” Hegar takes the first lead in a crowded Democratic field to challenge incumbent Sen. John Cornyn

9:22 p.m.: Hegar continues to lead as a number of candidates grapple for second place.

10:02 p.m.: Hegar takes a commanding lead, as the rest of the candidates continue to fight for second place.

With 99 percent of precincts reporting, Hegar and West have separated themselves from the rest of the field.

8:30 p.m.: Incumbent Rep. Kay Granger holds a slight lead over challenger Chris Putnam as the first results arrive in Texas’ 12th Congressional District.

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