Super Tuesday was Tuesday, and the results of the Republican and Democratic primaries in Redwood and Renville counties were in line with the rest of the nation.

President Donald Trump won 100 percent of the vote in Renville County, and 99.37 percent of the Republican vote in Redwood County — no surprise since Trump ran unopposed. Three Republican voters out of over 600 in both counties suggested write-in candidates, but those alternate candidates’ names haven’t been released.

In the Democratic primaries for both counties, Joe Biden won a hint over half the vote, with 50.89 percent in Redwood, and 51.5 percent in Renville County. Bernie Sanders came in second in both counties, with 24.11 percent in Redwood and 18.4 percent in Renville County.

Elizabeth Warren and Mike Bloomberg tied for third in Redwood County, with 8.14 percent of the vote each. In Renville County, Bloomberg won 15.8 percent, while Warren won just 5.9 percent.

Amy Klobuchar came in fifth in both counties, with 5.33 percent of the Democratic vote in Redwood County. She did slightly better in Renville County with 6.15 percent of the Democratic vote.

In both counties, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Tom Steyer, John K. Kelany Marianne Williamson, Andrew Yang, Tulsi Gabbard, and Michael Bennet each receiving less than one percent.