Democrats gained momentum Tuesday with increased voter turnout from the last primaries four years ago, while Republicans saw little change in turnout.
In a series of packed primaries Texas voters have the chance to start voicing their opinion on who they want in office.
Even the Libertarians seem to be off-script this election.
Presidential candidate Gary Johnson has come out in support of mandatory vaccines and a tax on carbon emissions.
In the end, it’s the numbers that matter: 1,237, to be exact. Donald Trump and the rest of the GOP presidential field could be headed for a brokered convention. So, what does that mean for us? For starters, it's could make some great television.
Survivor Tuesday results: Marco Rubio suspends campaign as Trump takes North Carolina, Illinois, Florida; Kasich takes Ohio. Hillary Clinton takes North Carolina, Ohio and Florida.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump performed well in Southern states, while Sanders and Cruz vowed to stay in the race through the spring.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz rallied in Dallas Monday and attacked Donald Trump, who's leading in many southern states.
Texas is the crown jewel of Super Tuesday – and candidates are continuing to woo voters as they try to snatch up delegates.
Black voters in South Carolina helped propel Hillary Clinton to a thunderous victory, while Bernie Sanders courted millennials in North Texas Saturday.
With Super Tuesday around the corner, your parent's GOP made an appearance in Dallas today. Here's what Marco Rubio had to say as he hopes to capture a share of Texas' 155 Republican delegates.