Super Tuesday Law and Legal Definition
Primary elections are often held on Tuesdays, and Super Tuesdays are when primaries and caucuses are held in several states on the same day, with many delegates.
If a candidate does particularly well on Super Tuesday, he or she will not only gain many delegates, but also press coverage and momentum. Since Super Tuesdays are seen as big events on the election calendar, they often have a large impact on the perception of where candidates stand in the race.
Often, candidates who are lagging in the opinion polls, and that failed to do well in the earlier primaries and caucuses, drop out of the race if they fail to do well on Super Tuesday. They also may find it difficult to raise additional campaign funds, because they are portrayed as not having a chance to win the nomination.
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- Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development [ASCD]
- Bank Supervisory Agency
- Basel Committee on Banking Supervision
- Black Tuesday (1929)
- Care and Supervision of a Child
- Child in Need of Supervision
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