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Trump Wins Virginia To Kick Off Super Tuesday Results

Former President Donald Trump kicked off Super Tuesday with a victory in the Virginia primary, according to the Associated Press.

Trump defeated former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley in Virginia 63.1% to 34.9%, according to the Associated Press. projected At the time of writing. Associated Press too called As of this writing, President Joe Biden has 93.8% of the state's support in the Democratic primary, followed by self-help author Marianne Williamson with 4.4% and Minnesota Representative Dean Phillips with 2.2%.

More than a dozen other states are also holding their own Republican nominating contests on Tuesday, including Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina and Oklahoma. states, Tennessee, Texas, and Utah.

Biden also secured victory in the Democratic race. vermont state and iowaaccording to the Associated Press. (Related: Trump wins North Dakota caucuses)

FORT WORTH, Texas – March 4: Republican presidential candidate and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley speaks at a campaign rally. (Emil Lippe/Getty Images)

Trump also scored several wins in the days leading up to Super Tuesday, including the North Dakota caucuses, Michigan primary, Michigan caucus, Idaho caucus, and Missouri caucus. The former president also won the South Carolina primary, the Nevada caucus, the U.S. Virgin Islands caucus, the New Hampshire primary, and the Iowa caucus.

Haley lost the Nevada primary to the “None of These Candidates” option, which did not count toward delegates. The former ambassador won his first victory in the Washington, D.C., primary on Sunday.

Georgia, Hawaii, Mississippi State and Washington State will hold their respective nominating contests on March 12th. Several other states will follow on March 19, including Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Kansas and Ohio.

The Trump campaign previously predicted in a memo that the former president would win enough delegates to exceed the Republican National Committee's threshold of 1,215 delegates as early as March 12 and no later than March 19. Was.

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