Today’s officially the first day of March, i.e. Super Tuesday, during which we’ll see the election’s largest of states—13, in addition to one territory—hold nominating conventions in one day for both political parties’ presidential hopefuls. Today voters in Alabama (R&D), Alaska (R), American Samoa (D), Arkansas (R&D), Colorado (D), Georgia (R&D), Massachusetts (R&D), Minnesota (R&D), Oklahoma (R&D), Tennessee (R&D), Texas (R&D), Vermont (R&D), and Virginia (R&D)​ will participate in either primaries or caucuses with results to follow soon. Wyoming and Colorado will also have Republican caucuses, but there won't be any results today because they won't have presidential preference polls.

So what all does this mean?

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For the Republicans we may see some of the front-runners of the past state primaries solidify their positions with still-wayward voters. It may also give us (fingers crossed) a couple more drop-outs for the Republican party and finally slim this thing down to a select few. The most recent suspended campaigns came after Carly Fiorina and Gov. Chris Christie lost in the New Hampshire primary, as well as with Jeb! Bush showing consistently low poll results.

As of now the biggest players in this game seem to be Donald Trump by a significant margin, followed by Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Ted Cruz. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and Gov. John Kasich are still holding out, despite low poll numbers and poor performances in recent debates.

Until recently former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders remained nearly neck-and-neck in both polls and primary elections. Clinton crushed the South Carolina primarylast week and fulfilled the pundit prophesy that her performance in the primaries would spike in southern states. And as International Business Times points out, both Clinton and Bernie will vie for the African American vote—one Bernie's been struggling to secure—while their GOP rivals will be gunning for support from Christian evangelicals.

We’ll be keeping track of the results of all of these below, so please check back for frequent updates as they’re called throughout today and tomorrow. In the meantime, catch up on all of our coverage on Trump, Clinton,Sanders, Cruz, Rubio, Kasich, and Carson. All of the Complex election coverage can be found here. May the best man win.

Alabama
GOP Winner: Donald Trump
Dem Winner: Hillary Clinton

Alaska
GOP Winner: Ted Cruz

American Samoa
Dem Winner: Hillary Clinton

Arkansas
GOP Winner: Donald Trump
Dem Winner: Hillary Clinton

Colorado
Dem Winner: Bernie Sanders

Georgia
GOP Winner: Donald Trump
Dem Winner: Hillary Clinton

Massachusetts
GOP Winner: Donald Trump
Dem Winner: Hillary Clinton​

Minnesota
GOP Winner: Marco Rubio
Dem Winner: Bernie Sanders​

Oklahoma
GOP Winner: Ted Cruz
Dem Winner: Bernie Sanders

Tennessee
GOP Winner: Donald Trump
Dem Winner: Hillary Clinton

Texas
GOP Winner: Ted Cruz
Dem Winner: Hillary Clinton

Vermont
GOP Winner: Donald Trump
Dem Winner: Bernie Sanders

Virginia
GOP Winner: Donald Trump
Dem Winner: Hillary Clinton