(NEWS10) — Super Tuesday is almost here and voters will make their choices in 13 states.
The candidates are still throwing punches in an effort to rack the hundreds of delegates up for grabs.
The fate of both parties could be decided Tuesday but that is in a typical election cycle.
However, this race has been anything but typical, so what happens tomorrow will be nothing short of interesting.
No candidate can wrap up the nomination on Super Tuesday but it may be the end for some.
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has been taking insults from all sides.
Trump has racked up support from some of the loudest names in politics such as an endorsement from New Jersey governor Chris Christie and a first senate endorsement from Alabama’s Jeff Sessions.
Trump spent the weekend answering questions about an endorsement he may not want from Klu Klux Klan former grand wizard David Duke.
“Honestly, I don’t know David duke. I don’t believe I’ve ever met him, and I just don’t know anything about him, ” said Trump.
In the democratic race Hillary Clinton has more delegates and more momentum than Bernie Sanders after her victory in this weekend’s South Carolina primary.
Clinton will campaign in Massachusetts Monday with events in both Springfield and Boston.
Sanders will stump in Minnesota with a big rally planned in Minneapolis.