ArkLaTex voters to decide Presidential Primaries on Super Tuesday

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SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Voters in Arkansas, Texas, and Oklahoma head to the polls this week for the Super Tuesday Presidential Primary.

14 states and one U.S. territory will be holding primaries with 1357 delegates at stake.

Only California has more delegates at stake next week than Texas, which will award 228 delegates.

RELATED: Super Tuesday countdown: Texas may be a make-or-break for 2020 Democratic candidates

Arkansas and Oklahoma will award 31 and 38 delegates respectively.

In addition to the Presidential Primary, east Texas voters will decide on Republican primary races for the 1st Congressional District race and the State Representative District 9 race.  

Voters in Bowie, Shelby and Titus Counties will also decide on the Republican primary races for Sheriff.

On Tuesday, the polls open in Texas and Oklahoma opens at 7:00 a.m.; in Arkansas, the polls open at 7:30 a.m.

KTAL NBC 6/KMSS Fox 33 is Your Local Election Headquarters. We will have updates online and on our mobile app throughout the evening and live reports on Fox 33 First News at Nine and NBC 6 News at 10.

The Presidential Primary in Louisiana is set for April 4.

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