Super Tuesday is in the history books and Joe Biden won big by winning nine states including Texas.


  According to the
New York Times, Sanders who was the front runner picked up the biggest state California, but after predictions days earlier that he could rack up a huge delegate count didn't go as planned as Biden picked up steam and managed to win three other states Colorado, Utah, and his home state of Vermont. One thing for certain there is definitely strength in numbers as Pete Buttigieg, Senator Amy Klobuchar ended their campaigns last week and endorsed Biden not to mention former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke endorsed him as well.

As far as the remaining candidates former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg suspended his campaign per the Washington Post after picking up one win in American Samoa, and Senator Elizabeth Warren had a disappointing turnout as well by coming in third.

Warren is still staying in the race, but after Super Tuesday there is clearly two choices: Biden and Sanders.