Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump appear to be on a collision course for the U.S. Presidency.
Big victories for both in primaries and caucuses on ‘Super Tuesday’.
Democrat front runner Clinton increased her lead winning seven more states, while Bernie Sanders won four.
Republican Trump also winning seven states, with Ted Cruz winning in Texas, Oklahoma and Alaska, and Marco Rubio picked up his first state, Minnesota.
John Kasich and Ben Carson say they’re staying in the race, despite have not picking up any states in the race.
12 different states went to the polls on ‘Super Tuesday’ choosing their party’s candidate. Clinton and Trumps seven states each, along with hundreds of delegates, are the key measure on which the parties presidential nominee will be decided.
Clinton wins (7): Texas, Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, Tennessee, and Arkansas, and Massachusetts.
Sanders wins (4): Vermont, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Minnesota.
Trump wins (7): Georgia, Alabama, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, and Arkansas.
Cruz wins (3): Texas, Oklahoma and Alaska.
Rubio wins (1): Minnesota