Clinton & Sanders go head-to-head in final Super Tuesday primary

Clinton & Sanders go head-to-head in final Super Tuesday primary
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are competing in one last Super Tuesday primary, with six states heading to the polls. California is by far the most important state, where survey show the two rivals locked in a dead heat.

  • 08 June 2016

    01:36 GMT

    Bernie Sanders has claimed his first victory of the night in the North Dakota caucuses while Hillary Clinton has won New Jersey and is leading the polls in South Dakota, New Mexico. 

  • 01:20 GMT

    'Hillary Clinton turned the State Department into her private hedge fund...It is a sad day in America when foreign government's have greater influence than the country's people," said Trump who said he would speak about the Clintons' and their foundation on Monday. "I had to give back to my country that has been so good to me, and to my family."

  • 01:19 GMT

    'I am going to be America's champion' Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said from his headquarters after his total 37 primary wins.

  • 01:11 GMT

    The Associated Press calls New Jersey for Clinton.

  • 01:10 GMT

    Polls close in New Mexico and South Dakota.

  • 00:56 GMT

    RT's Brigida Santos is talking to Bernie Sanders supporters ahead of his rally in Santa Monica, CA

  • 00:30 GMT

    The only GOP candidate standing, Donald Trump, set to win New Jersey

  • 07 June 2016

    23:58 GMT

    The polls in New Jersey have officially closed.

    The next set of polls to close will be parts of North and South Dakota at 7 p.m. Central Time. In North Dakota, all voting will end no later than 9 p.m. Mountain Time, while the remaining polls will close in South Dakota at 7 p.m. MT.

  • 23:39 GMT

    Around two million Californians are now voting by mail, a new record. Meanwhile, a number of voting irregularities have been reported in the State. RT America’s Lindsay France breaks them down in this edition of FishTank, and speaks with correspondent Brigida Santos, who visited polling places in Los Angeles, and experienced issues with voting herself.

    Then, France is joined by author Liza Featherstone, who edited the book ‘False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Clinton’ and feminist writer and radio host Katie Halper to talk about Clinton as a feminist.

    Not long after that discussion happened on air, Clinton released a video reflecting on her place in the Women's Rights movement.

  • 21:53 GMT

    Bernie Sanders will continue campaigning after Tuesday's primaries. He's headed to  Washington, DC ahead of next week's last-in-the-nation primary there.