President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump this week swept nearly every state voting in the Super Tuesday presidential primary elections. As a result, candidate Nikki Haley dropped out of the presidential race.

Known as “Super Tuesday,” the primary elections this week were held in the states of Alabama, Alaska, Maine, Massachussetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Texas, Arkansas, Utah, Colorado, and California.

Former President Trump won all but the Vermont Republican primary, which former Ambassador and South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley won by four points.

In the Democrat primary elections Tuesday, President Biden won every state by massive margins. The closest Democrat primary election held on Tuesday was in Minnesota, where Biden won the nomination by 52 points.

With Tuesday’s elections came a massive haul of delegates, with Trump picking up 789 and Haley gaining 48, while Biden won all 1,659 delegates available.

This week’s results all but assure a rematch of the 2020 Presidential Election between Biden and Trump.