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Super Tuesday Results: State-by-State Breakdown

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Primaries and caucuses in at least 11 states and one U.S. territory Tuesday helped the two parties' front-runners extend their leads in presidential nominating contests.

Billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump dominated the Republican field and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did the same in the Democratic contests.

Trump won in seven states across the country: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia.

Clinton also claimed victory, primarily in Southern states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

Her competitor for the Democratic nomination, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, won in his home state and three others: Colorado, Minnesota and Oklahoma.

Trump's Republican challengers fended him off in several states. Texas U.S. Senator Ted Cruz won his home state and neighboring Oklahoma as well as Alaska. Marco Rubio, the U.S. senator from Florida, took Minnesota, his first primary win so far.

Super Tuesday states:

Alabama

Republican: Donald Trump

Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Alaska:

Republican: Ted Cruz

Arkansas

Republican: Donald Trump

Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Colorado

Democrat: Bernie Sanders

Georgia

Republican: Donald Trump

Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Massachusetts

Republican: Donald Trump

Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Minnesota

Republican: Marco Rubio

Democrat: Bernie Sanders

Oklahoma

Republican: Ted Cruz

Democrat: Bernie Sanders

Tennessee

Republican: Donald Trump

Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Texas

Republican: Ted Cruz

Democrat: Hillary Clinton

Vermont

Republican: Donald Trump

Democrat: Bernie Sanders

Virginia

Republican: Donald Trump

Democrat: Hillary Clinton

American Samoa

Democrat: Hillary Clinton

* Democrats abroad also voted Tuesday.

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