Democratic Candidates Clash for Party Delegates in Super Tuesday Primary Tonight

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1,357 pledged delegates at stake

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(FOX NEWS) – Tuesday is the most important day in the 2020 presidential race so far.

With 1,357 pledged delegates — 34 percent of the nationwide total — up for grabs on what’s known as Super Tuesday, the results of these contests will set the course for the rest of the presidential nominating calendar and could make or break several candidates’ campaigns.

Fourteen states are set to vote on Super Tuesday, along with American Samoa and Democrats abroad.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., remains the apparent front-runner for the Democratic nomination thanks to strong showings in Iowa and New Hampshire before he ran the tables on the rest of the field in Nevada.

He leads all candidates in pledged delegates so far, and is rallying big crowds in delegate-rich states like California.

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