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SUPER TUESDAY RESULTS – Live Updating – Both Parties – All Night Long!



Here we go! NCRM’s Super Tuesday results, continuously updating throughout the evening.

It’s Super Tuesday! 11 states for Democrats, 11 states for Republicans, and we’ll see results in 12 states total. Quite possibly we’ll have a much better understand of who will become the nominee in both parties by the end of the evening. We’ll be covering BOTH parties right here on this page.

We’ll also bring you exit polling results and anything else interesting.

QUICK NOTE – You will need to refresh the page yourself for all updates – the page does not refresh itself. All the latest updates will be at the bottom of the page. All times will listed will be in Eastern Standard Time (EST).

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  • 2pm: American Samoa caucuses begin
  • 7pm: Georgia primary, Vermont primary, Virginia primary
  • 8pm: Tennessee primary, Oklahoma primary, Massachusetts primary, Alabama primary
  • 8pm: Minnesota caucus begins
  • 8:30pm: Arkansas primary
  • 9pm: Texas primary
  • 9pm: Colorado Democratic caucus begins
  • 12am: Alaska Republican caucus ends

AT STAKE: 595 delegates for Republicans, 865 delegates for Democrats – plus, 150 Super Delegates for Democrats, who can choose how they wish to vote at the Democratic Convention. And Texas tonight is make or break for Ted Cruz, since it’s his home state. If Trump pulls a surprise there, Cruz may have to decide to pull out.

5:16 PM:
Exit polling results begin. 

50% of Texas GOP voters  are “angry.”

In Georgia, 47% of GOP voters are angry. Vermont, 37% of GOP voters are angry. Virginia, 36%.

5:31 PM:
More exit polling:

Per CNN –

Georgia: 46% Black, 42% White
Vermont: 95% white
Massachusetts: 86% white

5:44 PM:

ABC News reports some bad news for Trump. 
“Two-thirds say they’d be satisfied with Ted Cruz as the nominee…compared with nearly six in 10 for Rubio and less than half for Trump.”

“More voters here think Bernie Sanders is honest and trustworthy than say the same about Hillary Clinton (more than eight in 10 vs. just more than half).” 

6:11 PM:

6:37 PM:

Clinton campaign says they do not expect to win Massachusetts, MSNBC reports.

6:57 PM:
We’ll have first results shortly!

7:04 PM:

Breaking: Clinton Takes Georgia And Virginia, Sanders Takes Vermont

Trump projected to take Georgia for the GOP.

7:20 PM:
Virginia exit polls:

7:41 PM:

“By the end of tonight we are going to win many hundreds of delegates,” Bernie Sanders, addressing his supporters now. “We are going to take our fight…to every one of those states.”

“This campaign is not just about electing a president, it’s about transforming America.”

7:42 PM:

The Wall Street Journal and AP call Georgia for Donald Trump.

7:55 PM:

Four more state results expected in minutes!

8:07 PM:

Breaking: Trump Takes Alabama, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee

8:37 PM: 

Breaking: Clinton Wins Democratic Primary In Arkansas – Trump, Cruz Battle For GOP Win

9:10 PM:

Breaking: Ted Cruz Wins Oklahoma And Home State Of Texas, Clinton Also Wins Lone Star State



Images of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders by Gage Skidmore via Flickr and a CC license

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Pence Suggests Unnamed Trump SCOTUS Nominee Should Skip Committee and Just Be Confirmed Before ‘Election Issues’ Arise



Vice President Mike Pence is in full campaign mode now, making the rounds on news channels and holding re-election rallies. On Tuesday the Indiana Republican told Fox News Business’ Lou Dobbs that perhaps President Donald Trump’s yet-to-be-named Supreme Court nominee should just skip the usual Judiciary Committee hearings and get confirmed by the U.S. Senate immediately.

Pence said the nominee should get a committee hearing, but only “if needs be.”

He might have been thinking that since Chairman Lindsey Graham has already said there are enough votes to confirm, even though no one knows who the nominee is, why take up valuable time when the outcome has, for the first time in U.S. history, been preordained without even a facade of interest in vetting.

Insisting that Trump has “a duty” under “the Constitution to appoint a new justice to the Supreme Court,” Vice President Pence said, “we respect the role of the Senate to advise and consent but President Trump truly believes that the Senate should move thoroughly thoughtfully and quickly and and move to consideration a hearing, if needs be and ultimately to a floor vote because we you know we have, we have major issues in the country today.”

What are the major Supreme Court issues?

“You know, Lou with all of the talk about universal unsolicited mail and validating where we see states around the country that are now, extending the deadline,” Pence said, referring to President Trump’s lie that voting by mail will make the election “rigged.”

“There is a possibility that election issues may come before the Supreme Court in the days following the election and all the more reason why we should have nine justices on the Supreme Court to, to be able to resolve any issues that may arise then or on any other matters.”

In other words, Trump wants a justice on the nation’s top court prepared to hand him the election.



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‘Soldiers for Christ’: Trump Cabinet Bible Study Teacher Calls Elections a ‘Spiritual Battle’ That ‘Believers Will Win’



Ralph Drollinger, a Bible study teacher who uses his extraordinary access to top government officials in the United States and abroad to push right-wing policies as biblically mandated, distributed a Bible study Monday telling readers that “it is imperative that committed Christians be praying for an outcome that glorifies our Lord, and that believers will win office.”

“Don’t misinterpret the elections: they are first and foremost a spiritual battle requiring mature, spiritual weaponry,” Drollinger wrote in a Bible study distributed Monday. He also repeated his assertion that the only prayers that God hears and acts on are those of Christians.

In previous writings, Drollinger has demonstrated little respect for Christians who interpret the Bible differently than he does. He has called the “social Gospel” that motivates millions of liberal American Christians “a perversion of scripture” and “not Christianity whatsoever!” He has called Catholicism “one of the primary false religions of the world.” He urges public officials not to take part in “syncretistic” events like the National Prayer Breakfast, arguing that by participating in events that combine different forms of belief, attendees invite God’s wrath rather than his blessing.

Drollinger holds Bible study sessions for members of the House and Senate as well as Trump’s Cabinet while his written Bible studies are distributed widely and used by Capitol Ministries leaders active in state and local governments and foreign governments. Drollinger writes in this week’s Bible study that only people who are “mature in Christ” can be “ideal candidates for public office.”

Drollinger, whose Capitol Ministries is committed to evangelizing public officials and “discipling” them to his biblical worldview, writes that elections are “a critical time” for a public official who is “a soldier for Christ.” Drollinger writes that “when the believer wields the sword of the Spirit, the Word of God, and Satan reacts through his minions, there will exist critical times or seasons for necessary petitioning—that is, if you are a soldier for Christ.”

In “Oaks in Office,” his handbook for public officials, Drollinger wrote that “the critical and preeminent duty of the Church in an institutionally separated society” is “to evangelize and disciple—to Christianize—the leaders of the State and its citizenry.” Nevertheless, Drollinger insists that he is not a Christian nationalist because he does not believe in changing the structure of government to give the church an official role. He says he supports institutional but not influential separation of church and state.

Among Drollinger’s many fans within the Trump administration is Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who has used his position to open doors for Drollinger to bring his proselytizing and right-wing-policy-promoting ministry into the inner circles of government in foreign capitals.

This article was originally published at Right Wing Watch and is republished here by permission.

Image: Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead via Flickr 

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McEnany: ‘The Fact That We Have Come Nowhere Near’ 2 Million Coronavirus Deaths Is ‘a Testament’ to Trump



White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany defended President Donald Trump’s misleading and false claim that the coronavirus “affects virtually nobody,” and insisted that it is “a testament” to Trump that 2 million Americans have not died from COVID-19.

The U.S. just crossed the tragic marker of 200,000 deaths from the coronavirus pandemic.

“As you’ve heard several doctors in the Task Force note from this podium, we were looking at the prospect of 2 million people potentially perishing from the coronavirus in this country,” McEnany told reporters Tuesday, suggesting wrongly that doing absolutely nothing would have been a legitimate course of action Trump could have taken.

She called the more than 200,000 deaths, “a testament to the hard work done by the Task Force and this President.”

On Monday at a rally in Ohio Trump told supporters the coronavirus “affects elderly people. Elderly people with heart problems and other problems. If they have other problems, that’s what it really affects. That’s it.”

“You know, in some states, thousands of people, nobody young” dies, Trump added. “Below the age of 18, like, nobody. They have a strong immune system, who knows. You look — take your hat off to the young, because they have a hell of an immune system. But it affects virtually nobody. It’s an amazing thing.”

McEnany told CNN’s Jim Acosta Tuesday afternoon that President Trump was “giving critical information” at Monday night’s rally when he said the virus “affects elderly people” and “that’s it.”


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