Super Tuesday had a huge turnout around Boston and it appears that Hillary Clinton easily beat Bernie Sanders in the city. On the Republican side it looks like Donald Trump took first while Marco Rubio came in second. As of 11 pm with 99% of votes accounted in the Democratic primary, Clinton took 57% of the vote, or 70,890 votes; Sanders received 41% of the vote, or 51,118 votes. There were 123,480 total votes cast with only two precincts not counted. On the Republican side, with 22,007 votes cast, Trump received 40% of the votes, or 8,839 votes.
The Massachusetts presidential primary, aka Super Tuesday, is here and the stakes are high. Unenrolled "independent" voters and those enrolled in a political designation are allowed to vote in the March 1 presidential primary, according to the Boston Elections Department. Not sure where you vote in Jamaica Plain? Click on this link to find out where to vote in Jamaica Plain and anywhere in the commonwealth. At the same link you can get a preview ballot for any of the four parties: Republican, Democratic, United Independent Party and Green-Rainbow.