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MAPS: Who won where on Super Tuesday

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Posted at 10:29 PM, Mar 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-02 12:47:22-05

Republican front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic favorite Hillary Clinton both picked up big wins Tuesday in their campaigns for the White House.

Thirteen states held primary or caucus events across the country, making "Super Tuesday" one of the biggest to watch for the presidential contest.

Trump won the most states Tuesday of the five remaining GOP candidates: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Virginia and Vermont. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz did beat out Trump in three locations: his home state of Texas, neighboring Oklahoma and Alaska, while Florida Sen. Marco Rubio got his only victory in Minnesota.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich didn't capture a win but did have strong showings in Massachusetts and Vermont, where he campaigned the hardest ahead of Tuesday. But Kasich struggled in some of the other states, finishing last in nearly all of the Southern states as well as Alaska. 

Data curated by InsideGov

Meanwhile, on the Democratic side, Clinton earned a wide lead Tuesday over challenger Bernie Sanders.  She gained commanding leads, in some cases posting margins larger than 50 percent of the vote, for nearly every Southern state Tuesday. Sanders, though, was able to score a win in his home state of Vermont, as well as Colorado, Minnesota and Oklahoma.

Data curated by InsideGov