The New Hampshire primaries are Feb. 9. Delegates at stake: 24 pledged for Democrats, 23 bound for Republicans.
What to watch for in Georgia
Eleven states hold Democratic and Republican primaries on "Super Tuesday," also called the SEC Primary for the concentration of Southern states voting that day. The number of states voting that day pose a challenge to candidates, who can’t be at all of them at once - but there’s some expectation that the day’s events could favor the frontrunners. Tuesday’s primaries have Democratic candidates battling for the 102 available delegates in Georgia, and Republican candidates vying for 76. Trump and Clinton are expected to lead their respective primaries in recent polls.
Whom did voters pick in previous elections and who won the nomination? Here's a historic look at votes cast in Georgia. Dots show what percent of the vote a candidate received and white dots show who won the eventual nomination. Nominees with a star went on to be elected president.
Source: Post research
Here’s a look at how the presidential candidates are faring in Georgia. Each dot represents a candidate's five most recent surveys. Filled dots show a candidate's polling average.
Source: Washington Post analysis and data from Huffington Post's Pollster.
Super PACs have spent supporting and opposing current presidential candidates in Georgia. The super PACs are technically independent. They are required to identify the money they spend in favor of or against specific candidates.
Note: Candidates with no associated independent spending not shown.
Source: Federal Election Commission
Top national fundraisers
Area of rectangles represents total campaign contributions for each candidate nationally. The shaded portion represents cash on hand.
Note: A previous version of this graphic displayed net rather than total contributions.