Super Tuesday has come and gone, and the Presidential nomination prospects are becoming a little more clear.
On the Republican end Donald Trump dominated winning seven states for the day, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia. Ted Cruz had the next best results winning Alaska, Oklahoma, and his home state of Texas, his widest margin of all. Marco Rubio only won Minnesota and is raising doubts he can contend much longer. John Kasich managed to tie for second in Massachusetts and had his best performance in Vermont taking a close second to Trump losing by only 3 percent. Dr. Ben Carson took 4th or 5th in most states, only getting into double digit percentages in Alabama and Alaska. Trump obviously leads the field in delegates with 332 according to fivethirtyeight.com.
For the Democrats Hillary Clinton also won seven states. She dominated Bernie Sanders in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia but only won by one percent in Massachusetts. Bernie Sanders also had his share of wins, taking colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Vermont by wide margins. Hillary Clinton leads the field in delegates 596 but Bernie Sanders and his movement are still circling.