The takeaway from Super Tuesday may be turnout as a measure of enthusiasm. GOP primaries drew over eight million voters while Democrats drew in the five millions.
That's a reversal from the what the same states tallied in 2008, the last open seat Presidential election.
The results were interesting with Senator Ted Cruz notching three wins, including a 17 point win in his home Texas. Senator Marco Rubio won the Minnesota caucus, so no longer is he winless.
Donald Trump tried to be concilliatory at a post voting press conference.
Hillary Clinton tried the same 'look to November' tactic and said America doesn't need to made great again but instead needs to be made whole again.
For Bernie Sanders, brisk fundraising and four wins and a close race in MA keeps him going. The Vermont Senator picked up about 300 delegates, although his deficit in super delegates leaves him with a deficit.
Governor John Kasich notched two second places and moves to his own winner take all race in Ohio on March 15.
And The Donald was made to disavow David Duke again as we all do.