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US President Democrats/Massachusetts
20% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Hillary Clinton (Dem) 181,846 53%
  Bernie Sanders (Dem) 163,132 47%
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Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Ted Cruz projected to win Texas.

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US President Republicans/Oklahoma
20% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Ted Cruz (Rep) 22,380 33%
  Donald Trump (Rep) 21,742 32%
  Marco Rubio (Rep) 16,447 24%
  Ben Carson (Rep) 4,647 7%
  John Kasich (Rep) 2,771 4%
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CNN projects Hillary Clinton will win in Arkansas and in American Samoa. Tight race between Trump and Cruz in Arkansas.

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US President Republicans/Virginia
51% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Donald Tump (Rep) 186,879 37%
  Marco Rubio (Rep) 154,882 31%
  Ted Cruz (Rep) 85,510 17%
  John Kasich (Rep) 42,304 8%
  Ben Carson (Rep) 31,147 6%
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US President Republicans/Texas
0% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
  Ted Cruz (Rep) 1,933 40%
  Donald Trump (Rep) 1,623 33%
  Marco Rubio (Rep) 983 20%
  Ben Carson (Rep) 201 4%
  John Kasich (Rep) 118 2%
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Next round of polls closing at 8 p.m.

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Donald Trump will win Georgia’s Republican primary, according to a CNN projection. 

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CNN projects that Hillary Clinton will win in Virginia and Georgia, Bernie Sanders will win his home state of Vermont, and Donald Trump leads in Georgia and is in close races with Marco Rubio in Virginia and John Kasich in Vermont, according to exit polls. Voting has ended in three of 12 Super Tuesday states.