super tuesday

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and his wife Jane, arrive to vote in the Vermont primary near his home in Burlington, Vermont, on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. 

LOS ANGELES — Millions of voters from Maine to California were casting ballots in a series of high-stakes Super Tuesday primary contests that tested the strength of starkly different visions for America's future as Democrats hurtled toward a November rematch with President Donald Trump.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders began the day as the Democrats' undisputed presidential front-runner, backed by a coalition of energized liberals, young voters and Latinos. The progressive was fighting to beat back the sudden rise of former Vice President Joe Biden, who seized a wave of new support from some of his former Democratic presidential rivals just hours before polls opened in his quest to lead the party's moderate wing.

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