Washington: Democrat Hillary Clinton on Tuesday scored two of the first three Super Tuesday contests, garnering an early advantage over Bernie Sanders, who won his home state of Vermont, according to multiple media projections. Clinton has picked up Democratic primary wins in Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas and Massachusetts.
Donald Trump also scored Republican primary victories in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Virginia and Arkansas.
At an address for her Florida supporters Clinton promised to “work for every vote” even made a direct hit at Donald Trump’s campaign slogan by saying, “America never stopped being great. We have to make America whole.”
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Bernie Sanders is projected to win Democratic caucuses in Colorado and Minnesota and primaries in Oklahoma and Vermont.