It's the most super of Tuesdays.
What do Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia and Oklahoma all have in common? Super Tuesday on March 1.
It is the day when 10 states will vote for both Republicans and Democrats. Alaska will hold Republican caucuses, while Colorado will caucus for Democrats. American Samoa Democrats will head to the polls as well. In all, nearly 1,600 delegates are available Tuesday.
REPUBLICANS ON OKLAHOMA BALLOT
Who's on the ballot and who's actually still in the presidential race for the GOP nomination are vastly different. Only Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, John Kasich and Ben Carson remain in the race. Learn more about them here.
They're joined on the Oklahoma ballot by candidates who have ended or suspended their run for the White House; Rand Paul, Carly Fiorina, Rick Santorum, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee and Lindsey Graham.
DEMOCRATS ON OKLAHOMA BALLOT
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are the only major candidates left in the running. Learn more about them here.
But on the ballot Tuesday, you'll find Martin O'Malley, Michael Steinberg, Keith Judd, Roque Rocky De La Fuente and Star Locke.
DELEGATES AVAILABLE ON SUPER TUESDAY
According to Politico, there are 661 Republican delegates available and 865 delegates for Democrats. Oklahoma has 43 delegates for the Republican winner and 42 delegates for the Democratic winner.
Heading into March 1, Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders in delegates, 542 to 85. Donald Trump leads the GOP contenders with 81 delegates. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are second, tied with 17.
Democrats need 2,383 delegates to win the nomination. Republicans need 1,237 delegates to win the nomination.
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