It’s called Super Tuesday for a reason.
Voters in the four states to hold 2016 presidential primaries and caucuses thus far have handed out just a fraction of the delegates it takes to win the Democratic and Republican nominations.
But when a dozen states vote on March 1 -- Super Tuesday -- nearly half the delegates needed to win the GOP nod and more than one-third required to take the mantle of the Democratic Party are at stake.
See results below from each state. Results will start to populate as polls close at 6 p.m.