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Super Tuesday 2012 Results MAP (REAL-TIME RESULTS)

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Here is where you'll find the results for the Super Tuesday caucuses and primaries.

The 10 states with nominating contests on March 6 -- Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia -- have a total of 437 delegates. 18 of these delegates, however, are Republican party officials who are not bound to any delegate. These delegates, similar to "super delegates" who were a staple of the 2008 Democratic nominating process, are not bound to any candidate and can vote for whomever they like at the August Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.

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As a result, there are 419 delegates up for grabs on Super Tuesday.

(Other media organizations -- and political campaigns -- are going by different delegate counts. Click here for a detailed explanation of Super Tuesday delegate numbers.)

The maps below feature real-time data provided to The Huffington Post by the Associated Press. Every state except for Alaska and North Dakota show county-by-county results.

The map is updated every 5 seconds, so there's no need to refresh for the page for the latest results.

LOOK: Super Tuesday Results

North Dakota Caucus

County-by-county results not available
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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Rick Santorum
4,510 39.7% 11
Ron Paul
3,186 28.1% 8
Mitt Romney
2,691 23.7% 7
Newt Gingrich
962 8.5% 2
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Georgia Primary

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Newt Gingrich
424,976 47.2% 47
Mitt Romney
233,297 25.9% 15
Rick Santorum
176,080 19.6% 3
Ron Paul
58,982 6.6%
Others
7,099 0.8%
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Virginia Primary

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Mitt Romney
158,051 59.5% 43
Ron Paul
107,470 40.5% 3
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Vermont Primary

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Mitt Romney
23,965 39.7% 9
Ron Paul
15,369 25.5% 4
Rick Santorum
14,273 23.7% 4
Newt Gingrich
4,944 8.2%
Others
1,753 2.9%
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Ohio Primary

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Mitt Romney
456,513 37.9% 35
Rick Santorum
446,225 37.1% 21
Newt Gingrich
175,554 14.6%
Ron Paul
111,238 9.2%
Others
13,873 1.2%
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Tennessee Primary

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Rick Santorum
205,012 37.2% 26
Mitt Romney
154,911 28.1% 12
Newt Gingrich
132,072 23.9% 9
Ron Paul
49,801 9.0%
Others
9,996 1.8%
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Oklahoma Primary

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Rick Santorum
96,759 33.8% 14
Mitt Romney
80,291 28.0% 13
Newt Gingrich
78,686 27.5% 13
Ron Paul
27,572 9.6%
Others
2,990 1.0%
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Massachusetts Primary

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Mitt Romney
265,110 72.2% 38
Rick Santorum
44,255 12.0%
Ron Paul
35,037 9.5%
Newt Gingrich
16,990 4.6%
Others
6,046 1.6%
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Alaska Caucus

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Mitt Romney
4,285 32.4% 8
Rick Santorum
3,860 29.2% 7
Ron Paul
3,175 24.0% 6
Newt Gingrich
1,865 14.1% 3
Others
34 0.3%
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Idaho Caucus

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Candidate Votes Pct. Del.
Mitt Romney
27,514 61.6% 32
Rick Santorum
8,115 18.2%
Ron Paul
8,086 18.1%
Newt Gingrich
940 2.1%
Others
17 0.1%
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  Obama Romney
Obama Romney
332 206
Obama leading
Obama won
Romney leading
Romney won
Popular Vote
33 out of 100 seats are up for election. 51 are needed for a majority.
Democrat leading
Democrat won
Holdover
Republican leading
Republican won
Democrats* Republicans
Current Senate 53 47
Seats gained or lost +2 -2
New Total 55 45
* Includes two independent senators expected to caucus with the Democrats: Angus King (Maine) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.).
All 435 seats are up for election. 218 are needed for a majority.
Democrat leading
Democrat won
Republican leading
Republican won
Democrats Republicans
Seats won 201 234
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