Above is the primary map for March 8, 2016. Hanna Sender / International Business Times

It's another Super Tuesday Election Day, with four states — Michigan, Mississippi, Idaho and Hawaii — holding either caucuses or primary elections. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump still hold the lead in their party's respective delegate counts.

However, after Texas Sen. Ted Cruz won Kansas and Maine on Saturday, the nomination is still not in Trump's grasp yet. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders also gained momentum Saturday with wins in Nebraska and Kansas, although he still has a long way to go to catch up to Clinton, the former secretary of state.

The Democratic candidates are vying for 295 delegates in Michigan and Mississippi, while the Republicans will be competing for 150 delegates in Michigan, Mississippi, Idaho and Hawaii.

Check the graphics below to see voting results as they come in.