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Super Tuesday: Biden and Trump look to win in different states

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Super Tuesday: Biden and Trump look to win in different states

Super Tuesday is considered to be the most important day in candidate selection before the US presidential election. Yesterday Tuesday was that Super Tuesday. On this day, 15 states of the United States voted for the Republican Party and 14 states for the Democrats. Current US President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are going to win most of the states from both parties.

According to the British media BBC, Joe Biden has a glimpse of victory in 13 of the 14 states in the Democratic Party primaries. He also previously won the Iowa caucuses.

On the other hand, Donald Trump has won 10 of the 15 states in the Republican Party’s primaries, according to the CBS News booth poll.

The US presidential election is scheduled to be held in November this year. Voting is now underway across America. So far, Biden has not faced much opposition in the nomination vote. So everyone is pretty sure that Joe Biden is running for president in the November election.

However, Donald Trump is having a hard time in the selection of the presidential candidate from the Republican Party. His main rival is Nikki Haley. The outcome of the super twist is being considered crucial in the Trump-Hale fight.

The 15 states holding voting on Super Tuesday are Alabama, Alaska (only Republican votes), Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, North Carolina, Vermont and Virginia. In addition, only Democrats voted in the American Territory of Samoa.



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