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What Investors Should Expect From Super Tuesday

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Here's what investors need to know about Super Tuesday.

Super Tuesday is a critical day for the Democratic Party as 14 states will vote to choose who they want to put up against Donald Trump in the presidential election in November.

There are 1,357 delegates at stake, about a third of all delegates.

Millions of voters from Maine to California will head to the polls.

 Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is the front-runner but former Vice President Joe Biden picked up the endorsements of Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who on Monday ended her campaign for president, and Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, who dropped out on Sunday.

Steve Skancke, chief economic advisor at Keel Point, joined TheStreet to discuss Super Tuesday and how investors should react. 

Watch the full video above for more. 

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