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March 3 is Super Tuesday. 14 states will be holding elections and selecting and apportioning delegates for the nomination of candidates for most parties.

The California Election Day returns will include the Parties voting for their nominees for the Presidential candidates to be on the ballot in November. We will gather to watch the returns on the big screen at the Reason Center. You are encouraged to bring your own dinner and drink. Alcohol is not permitted. If you plan to bring more for sharing, please let us know in the comments below. We will take our own Ranked Choice Vote to see our groups preference.

This year we will be voting earlier than in the past due to changes made by the California State Legislature and signed into law. We will be watching returns from several states, including:

Alabama: The state holds an open primary, with the 61 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

American Samoa: The territory holds an open caucus, with the territory awarding 11 delegates, of which 6 are pledged delegates allocated on the basis of the results of the caucuses.

Arkansas: The state holds an open primary, with the 36 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

California: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 494 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Colorado: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 80 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Democrats Abroad: This is an open primary in which any U.S. citizen living abroad who is a member of Democrats Abroad can participate, with the 17 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Maine: The state holds a closed primary – meaning only Democrats can cast a ballot, with the 32 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Massachusetts: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 114 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Minnesota: The state holds an open primary, with the 91 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

North Carolina: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 122 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Oklahoma: The state holds a semi-closed primary – meaning only Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast a ballot, with the 42 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Tennessee: The state holds an open primary, with the 73 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Texas: The state holds an open primary, with the 261 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Utah: The state holds an open primary, with the 35 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Vermont: The state holds an open primary, with the 24 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

Virginia: The state holds an open primary, with the 124 delegates being awarded on a proportional basis.

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