Washington, March 2: Democratic Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump had a memorable Super Tuesday in this year of presidential election in the US. Both candidates went on to win seven states on the day, taking quite a lead over their rivals.
Republican Ted Cruz won two states while Marco Rubio opened his account in this primary season by winning Minnesota.
Hillary's rival Bernie Sanders put up a decent show by winning four states, three short of his rival.
Here is a look at the states that candidates from both parties won on Super Tuesday:
TRUMP won GEORGIA, ALABAMA, MASSACHUSETTS, TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA, ARKANSAS, VERMONT (7 STATES)[Here is how Trump celebrated his Super Tuesday; he didn't throw a party]
CRUZ won TEXAS, OKLAHOMA, ALASKA (3 STATES)
RUBIO won MINNESOTA (1 STATE)
HILLARY won GEORGIA, VIRGINIA, ALABAMA, TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MASSACHUSETTS (SEVEN STATES)
SANDERS won VERMONT, OKLAHOMA, COLORADO, MINNESOTA (FOUR STATES)