Don't miss a minute of the Super Tuesday coverage on Fox News Channel, starting at 6:00pm ET, anchored by Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly.

It's ALL on the line on Super Tuesday on Fox News Channel! 

Will Donald Trump continue his winning streak or can one of his rivals wrestle away some of the momentum? 

Will Hillary Clinton maintain her big lead in the Democratic race?

The only sure thing is that Fox News Channel will be your go-to source for the latest results and the most powerful analysis. 

Don't miss a minute of the Super Tuesday coverage on America's Election Headquarters, starting at 6:00pm ET, anchored by Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly.

Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum will be there to take you inside the numbers and delve into the exit polls.

And we'll be going right through the night and into the morning...

Earlier today, Bill Hemmer gave us a primer on Tuesday's Republican primaries, with 600 delegates at stake in 12 states.

March 1st has also been referred to as the "SEC" primaries, since voters will be going to the polls across the South, including in Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia and Tennessee.

Texas is the biggest prize, with 155 proportionally-awarded delegates up for grabs, and it has been billed as a must-win for homestate Sen. Ted Cruz.

Whatever happens, it will set the table for a huge night on Thursday, starting at 9:00pm ET, as Bret, Megyn and Chris Wallace host a Republican debate, live in Detroit. 

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