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Polls have closed in every Super Tuesday state, with Joe Biden pulling off upsets in states like Massachusetts and Minnesota, and Bernie Sanders projected to win the delegate-rich state of California.

The big picture: There were 1,338 delegates at stake on Tuesday night — and a candidate needs 1,991 to reach an outright majority.

Super Tuesday wins for Joe Biden
  1. Virginia (99 delegates at stake)
  2. North Carolina (110 delegates at stake)
  3. Alabama (52 delegates at stake)
  4. Oklahoma (37 delegates at stake)
  5. Massachusetts (91 delegates at stake)
  6. Tennessee (64 delegates at stake)
  7. Arkansas (31 delegates at stake)
  8. Minnesota (75 delegates at stake)
  9. Texas (228 delegates at stake)
  10. Maine (24 delegates at stake)
Super Tuesday wins for Bernie Sanders
  1. Vermont (16 delegates at stake)
  2. Colorado (67 delegates at stake)
  3. Utah (29 delegates at stake)
  4. California (415 delegates at stake)
Super Tuesday win for Michael Bloomberg
  1. American Samoa caucuses

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