Super Tuesday is the colloquial appellation for a specific Tuesday in March in the United States on which presidential primaries are held in most states. Scoring well on Super Tuesday increases a candidate's chances of later being nominated as a presidential candidate by their party.
In principle, the parties and the states can set their election dates independently. In practice, however, Democrats and Republicans as well as many states generally vote on the same day. This is especially the case on Super Tuesday. However, it is not always the same states that hold their elections on Super Tuesday. As of March 2020, these are: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia.
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