How to Watch ‘Super Tuesday 2020’ Online – Live Stream Voting Results

By Gabriela Vatu / March 3, 2020

With Super Tuesday just around the corner, TV stations across America are trying to attract as many viewers as possible as they promise to offer the best coverage. We're going to watch the whole thing online as it makes our lives that much easier, to let's see how you can watch Super Tuesday online too!

Super Tuesday is a major day in American politics as it the single day when most states hold elections to pick the presidential nominee. This year, since there's no real competition to Donald Trump among the Republican Party, the focus is more on the Democrats. By the end of the day, we'll know most of the results from the primaries and which candidate gets the most delegates out of the total 1357. Of course, not all states will have their results ready, but Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina will. Vermont and California, for instance, will come in a bit later in the day since their poll closing times run later.

After a new round of candidates dropped out, the current Democratic candidates are Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren.

When and Where to Watch Super Tuesday coverage?

When it comes to watching Super Tuesday coverage, there are quite a few networks that will do this - NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, BBC Wolrd News, and MSNBC. Of course, others will cover the event in some form or another in their news reports.

How Can I Live Stream Super Tuesday?

In today's world, we all spend a ton of time online each day because it gives us the chance to stay updated with everything important - from our friends' lives to the latest taking place in the world, to politics, and more. We also like watching TV online because we can keep up with the things that interest us, whether we're at home, on the bus, or at work. One of the best platforms to help you watch Super Tuesday coverage is Hulu. In Hulu's single bundle, you'll discover NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, and MSNBC, with BBC World News missing from there. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu now!

Besides the main bundle, those who want more content can add a couple of channel packs and several premium networks. Besides the great content you get when you watch live TV, you can also access everything that's available on-demand on Hulu. Hulu works on a wide range of devices so you certainly have at least one of them at home - iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, gaming consoles, and more. (Note: ABC, NBC, and CBS stream in select markets only so if you find yourself living in an area that does not get coverage for these, you can use a VPN to connect to a server that's in a different city. In this way, they'll deliver the channels that are available in the new location. Click here to find out more details about what you need to do.)

Here's how you can start your 7-day free trial:

Other Ways to Watch Super Tuesday:

fuboTV - Another option for those who want to watch most of everything that's happening on Super Tuesday is fuboTV, which has a single bundle of networks. Here, you'll find NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, and BBC World News, with ABC missing from the list. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV now! If you want more content, they have loads of channel packs, mostly filled with sports networks, as well as a few premium options.

SlingTV - Our list also includes Sling TV, which is a cool platform with loads of customization options. There are three bundles available here and you'll find that CNN is present in all of them, but NBC and MSNBC are only present in the Blue and Orange + Blue bundles. BBC World News is in the News Extra channel pack which costs an additional $5 per month. ABC and CBS are missing from the original list. When you choose your bundle, you need to be aware that Orange subscribers can only watch content on one device at a time, Blue subscribers on 3 devices simultaneously, while Orange + Blue subscribers get four simultaneous streams. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving money on your first month! There are also a lot of other channel packs, besides News Extra, that you can get, as well as a long list of premium networks.

How Can I Watch Super Tuesday When Traveling Outside of the US?

If you're traveling the world this week, then you must have already figured out that live TV platforms and streaming services are geoblocked. Basically, they will block your access as soon as your IP shows you're not in the US because their contracts dictate they only stream content within the country's borders. Therefore, if you're going to travel anywhere outside the US, you'll need to change your IP address so you can trick the platforms from thinking you're actually home.

This can be done super easily with the help of a VPN, and we can recommend you go with ExpressVPN. This one is quite safe to use and has thousands of servers all over the world, including dozens in the US, as well as some great encryption protocols that can keep your data safe.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to watch Super Tuesday:

Can I Watch the Super Tuesday Coverage on the Network Websites?

Sure, you can! ABC, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, and BBC World News have live streams available on their websites. In order to access them, you'll have to log in to an account with credentials from your TV provider, which can be a live TV service or a cable company. Either way, you have to prove you're paying for a subscription that includes the channel you want to watch. (Note: The live streams are all geoblocked, so if you want to access them from abroad, you'll need to use a VPN. Click here to find out all the steps you need to take.)

If you want to access a CBS live stream, you can do that via CBS All Access, but you'll need to pay a subscription to get that one.

Can I Watch Super Tuesday with a TV Antenna?

That's also a possibility, but only for a few channels - ABC, NBC, and CBS. All three of these networks continue to broadcast over the air, which means you can watch their content with a TV antenna. These devices are cheap to purchase so they're favorites among cord-cutters as they enable people to watch a ton of content for free.

We think that you should look into a site like NoCable before making any decision as it features a ton of information on which channels stream over the air in your location. Furthermore, it will also tell you how far the broadcast stations are so you'll know what range you need your device to cover so you can watch more channels. Make sure to check the devices above in case any of them have the right features for your household.

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