Hillary Clinton wins 6 states in Democratic primary elections

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Hillary Clinton, coming off a massive 48-point South Carolina blowout win, is likely to parlay her strength among minority voters into wins in Texas, Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama and Arkansas.

WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic presidential primaries in six states, including Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas.

Both Clinton and Donald Trump are landing big Super Tuesday wins as they seek to tighten their grips on the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations.

So far, the former secretary of state has won Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas. Clinton’s primary rival, Bernie Sanders, claimed his home state of Vermont.

Clinton’s wins across the South appear to confirm her strong advantage over Sanders among African-American voters who bankrolled her huge win in the South Carolina primary on Saturday.