Super Tuesday Confirms Political Front-Runners
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Cameras are flashing. Candidates are smiling, saying what Americans want to hear. Pundits and their field reporters are relentlessly distributing stats and news. It’s Super Tuesday, the most important day in American election years, in which Americans in 13 states/territories cast their primary votes.
Thus far, the 2016 election has been volatile, dividing the electorate possibly more than ever between Democratic and Republican Parties. The youth has been energized by 74-year-old lifetime Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and angered Americans are running to the polls to vote for political-outsider Donald Trump.
Super Tuesday taught us a few things about this election:
1) We will probably have to choose between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the general election.
2) Ben Carson and John Kasich need to drop out considering they only have 33 delegates between them.
3) America is furious; Democratic Socialist (a Socialist candidate has never gotten this much attention in America) Bernie Sanders won four states, and the “anger” candidate Donald Trump swept up in seven states.
To see how America voted on March 1, see the infographic below.