The revival of former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign was complete after Super Tuesday.
Biden not only won multiple states and brought the moderate wing of the party together around him, but actually earned more delegates than Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to become the new apparent front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Here's where the race stands after the biggest night on the primary calendar.
Total pledged delegate count to date
AOC-ALIGNED PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATES FALL FLAT IN SUPER TUESDAY CONTESTS
Biden - 553
Sanders - 488
Warren - 61
Gabbard - 1
Three candidates have dropped out of the race but also won delegates to the Democratic National Convention. They are former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg (50 delegates), former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (26 delegates) and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar (7 delegates).
BIDEN ROARS BACK: SUPER TUESDAY LEAVES EX-VP IN AIRTIGHT CONTEST FOR DELEGATES WITH SANDERS
Who won each Super Tuesday contest
Alabama - Biden
American Samoa - Bloomberg
Arkansas - Biden
California - Sanders
Colorado - Sanders
Democrats Abroad - no data yet
Maine - not yet called
Massachusetts - Biden
Minnesota - Biden
North Carolina - Biden
Oklahoma - Biden
Tennessee - Biden
Texas - Biden
Utah - Sanders
Vermont - Sanders
Virginia - Biden
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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