It’s finally here.

With 595 delegates available on the Republican side, thirteen states vote today and deliver a proportional number of delegates to each candidate. There are no winner take all states in today’s elections.

I have a list of places where you can monitor the election returns as they come in. Please note that I’ve only done a few individual states, the ones with the most delegates. The rest can be found through the links in the top overall section.

OVERALL:

 
I’ll add a few more to the overall as they become available.

Here are the bigger individual states:

TEXAS:

GEORGIA:

TENNESSEE:

VIRGINIA:

 
Here’s what the delegate count looks like by each state (click to enlarge):

supertuesday_delegate_map

As I understand it, the delegates from Colorado and Wyoming aren’t up for grabs today. Here’s another infographic on delegates:

 
With respect to what times polls will be closing around the US, here’s a handy map for that showing what times the polls generally close in Eastern Time (click to enlarge):

supertuesday_polls_closing

 
If you’re voting today, remember to #ChooseCruz!


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