Super Tuesday: Americans Cast Votes in Critical Primary Elections
Americans in 12 states vote in Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses in what's deemed a critical day in the presidential nominating process.
Volunteer election clerk Allie Green Jr. searches for places to post voting signs outside of a Fiesta Mart supermarket, a polling location, before polls open in Austin, Texas on Tuesday, March 1. Republicans will vote in 11 states, with 595 delegates at stake. Democrats will vote in 11 states and American Samoa, with 865 delegates up for grabs.
Patricia Stone checks people in during voting for the Vermont primary at the Robert Miller Community and Recreation Center in Burlington, Vt.
A man casts his ballot at a polling center in Edmond, Okla. on Super Tuesday.
People wait in line to vote in the Virginia primary on Super Tuesday, at a polling station located at a fire station in Arlington, Va.
Democratic presidential Sen. Bernie Sanders is hugged by a voter after voting in the Vermont primary at the Robert Miller Community and Recreation Center in Burlington on Super Tuesday.
Virginia residents wait in line in the pre-dawn hours to vote in the Virginia primary at a historic property called the Hunter House at Nottoway Park in Vienna, Va. Virginia was the first state to open its polling stations at 6:00 a.m.
Tameika Ogburn, a polling site assistant manager, prepares voting machines before a voting location opens for Georgia's primary in Atlanta.
A voter leaves a polling station for Massachusetts' primary election in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston.