More than one-third of America’s voting population is expected to cast their ballots on Super Tuesday, the biggest primary election so far in 2020.
On March 3, 14 states and American Samoa will be holding primaries in 2020’s historic presidential election:
- North Carolina
Also voting are Democrats Abroad, the Democratic political party affiliate for American citizens living outside the U.S. The group functions as a state-level political party within the Democratic National Committee.
With both California and Texas—the two most populous states in the United States—holding their primaries on Super Tuesday, more than one third of the U.S. population is expected to vote on March 3.
Georgia has been part of Super Tuesday in the past, but not this year. Early voting, however, begins the day before, on March 2, for Georgia’s March 24 primary.
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