Super Tuesday results: full list of winners in 2020 Democratic primary elections - and what the results mean

The Democratic party has now whittled down its list of hopefuls, with Super Tuesday’s results leaving two candidates in serious contention to become the nominee.

With his win in California, Bernie Sanders is still a major contender for the 2020 nomination. Picture: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Former Obama VP and “no malarkey” moderate Joe Biden looks to have had another good night while progressive firebrand Bernie Sanders remains a frontrunner.Super Tuesday is widely hailed as one of the most important days on the road to the general election.Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Confirmed Results:Joe Biden: Massachusetts, Arkansas, Minnesota, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Alabama, North Carolina, Virginia and Texas.Bernie Sanders: California, Utah, Colorado and Vermont.Maine is still in play, but Joe Biden is currently expected to win there as well, giving him victory in nine out of the 14 states available.

Super Tuesday catapulted Joe Biden into first place, winning most of the states at play. Picture: Mario Tama/Getty Images