As of early Wednesday morning, the overwhelming majority of the votes have been counted and it appears that Donald Trump has opened up a commanding lead on both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio in the race for the GOP presidential nomination. Trump has, seemingly, won 7 of the 11 GOPSuper Tuesday” contests. These results were current as of 4AM central time on Wednesday March 2, 2016. With at least 92% of precincts reporting in all states, the below results should not change significantly, if at all.

Alabama:

100% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Donald Trump (won)
28
43.4%
Ted Cruz
2
21.1%
Marco Rubio
0
18.7%
Ben Carson
0
10.2%
John Kasich
0
4.4%

Alaska:

100% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Ted Cruz (won)
12
36.4%
Donald Trump
11
33.5%
Marco Rubio
5
15.1%
Ben Carson
0
10.9%
John Kasich
0
4.1%

Arkansas:

96% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Donald Trump (won)
13
32.7%
Ted Cruz
9
30.5%
Marco Rubio
6
25.0%
Ben Carson
0
5.7%
John Kasich
0
3.7%

Georgia:

99% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Donald Trump (won)
36
38.8%
Marco Rubio
11
24.5%
Ted Cruz
14
23.6%
Ben Carson
0
6.2%
John Kasich
0
5.6%

Massachusetts:

97% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Donald Trump (won)
22
49.0%
John Kasich
8
18.1%
Marco Rubio
8
17.9%
Ted Cruz
4
9.6%
Ben Carson
0
2.6%

Minnesota:

92% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Marco Rubio (won)
12
36.8%
Ted Cruz
12
28.9%
Donald Trump
8
21.2%
Ben Carson
0
7.2%
John Kasich
0
5.8%

Oklahoma:

100% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Ted Cruz (won)
14
34.4%
Donald Trump
12
28.3%
Marco Rubio
11
26.0%
Ben Carson
0
6.2%
John Kasich
0
3.6%

Tennessee:

99% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Donald Trump (won)
30
38.9%
Ted Cruz
12
24.7%
Marco Rubio
2
21.2%
Ben Carson
0
7.6%
John Kasich
0
5.3%

Texas:

99% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Ted Cruz (won)
57
43.7%
Donald Trump
20
26.8%
Marco Rubio
0
17.8%
John Kasich
0
4.3%
Ben Carson
0
4.2%

Vermont: 

97% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Donald Trump (won)
6
32.7%
John Kasich
6
30.4%
Marco Rubio
0
19.3%
Ted Cruz
0
9.7%
Ben Carson
0
4.2%

Virginia:

99% REPORTING
Delegates
Vote %
Donald Trump (won)
17
34.7%
Marco Rubio
16
31.9%
Ted Cruz
8
16.9%
John Kasich
5
9.4%
Ben Carson
3
5.9%

If these results stand, the current delegate count looks like this:

Trump: 285

Cruz: 161

Rubio: 87

Kasich: 25

Carson: 8

1237 delegates are needed for nomination. There is still a long way to go, but there is no doubt that Super Tuesday belonged to Donald Trump in 2016.

Article reposted with permission from DCClothesline.com.

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