DemDaily: Super Tuesday: What’s At Stake

The first polls are about to close in the biggest primary and caucus day in the 2016 presidential nomination contest.
Known as "Super Tuesday," 11 states and one territory hold these primary contests in what is considered a make-or-break point in the presidential race.
With more delegates up for grabs than any other date, Republican candidates Trump, Rubio, Cruz, Kasich and Carson will be competing for 595 Delegates, while HRC and Sanders will be vying for 865.
           Delegates Needed to Win?
           1,237 for Republicans and 
            2,383 for Democrats
The Number of Delegates at Stake?
Republicans
Ala
50
Alaska 28 Ark
40
Georgia
76
Mass
42
Minn
38
Okl
43
Tenn
58
Texas
155
Vt
16
Va
49
Democrats
Ala
53
Ark
32
Colo
66
Georgia
102
Mass
91
Minn
77
Okl
38
Tenn
67
Texas
222
Vt
16
Va
95
Am Samoa
6
Source:  FIveThirtyEight
We will see who is left standing tomorrow.
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