LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas — People all across Arkansas headed to the polls on Super Tuesday to decide who they want to see as the Democratic and Republican candidates.

Arkansans who chose to vote in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary had 18 candidates on the ballot, but only five remain in the race. Those five candidates were Senator Bernie Sanders, former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg.

Bloomberg has since dropped out of the race following Super Tuesday, endorsing Biden.

In the Republican presidential primary, voters had a choice between President Donald Trump, former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld and Rocky De La Fuente.

Also at stake in Arkansas was a state Supreme Court seat, several state legislative primary races, and local issues that vary from county to county.

Voting in Arkansas will end at 7:30 p.m. and if you still are in line at that time, you can still cast your ballot.

You can check the latest results by clicking here.

We will continue to update this live blog throughout the night with voting results and updates.

RELATED: Joe Biden wins the 2020 Arkansas Democratic presidential primary

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11:10 p.m.

With 70% of Arkansas precincts reporting, Joe Biden won the state among the Democratic candidates with 40 percent and Bernie Sanders trailing with 22.5 percent.

There has been a total of 219,127 votes cast in the Democratic primary.

Donald Trump won Arkansas with 97% with a total of 238,665 votes cast in the Republican primary so far. 

10:45 p.m.

Arkansas Democratic presidential primary:

  • Joe Biden: 40% (86,305)
  • Bernie Sanders: 22.55% (48,648)

The Arkansas supreme court race has been called with Barbara Webb as the winner.

  • Barbara Webb: 54.09% (218,031)
  • Morgan "Chip" Welch: 45.91% (185,040)

Baxter County has voted in favor of alcohol sales on Sundays.

  • For: 53.6% (1,376)
  • Against: 46.4% (1,191)
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10:20 p.m.

Bernie Sanders wins in the state of California, where 415 delegates were up for grabs.

Sanders has won four states, Biden has won eight.

The Arkansas supreme court race still shows Barbara Webb ahead of Morgan "Chip" Welch.

  • Barbara Webb: 53.72% (175,031)
  • Morgan "Chip" Welch: 46.28% (150,776)

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9:45 p.m.

The state supreme court race between Barbara Webb and Morgan “Chip” Welch is within a 10 percent margin, with Webb still ahead.

With 758/2,569 precincts reporting:

  • Barbara Webb: 53.65% (125,802)
  • Morgan "Chip" Welch: 46.35% (108,669)

In the national Democratic primaries, Bernie has now won Utah for a combined win with Vermont and Colorado.

In Arkansas, with 19% of the state reporting in the Democratic primary:

  • Joe Biden: 33.44% (29,674)
  • Bernie Sanders: 21.04% (18,669)
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9:10 p.m.

With a strong start in the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries, Bernie Sanders has only won two states out of the current nine states reporting a clear winner.

Bernie Sanders won in his home state of Vermont and Colorado.

Joe Biden has been declared the winner in Oklahoma, Minnesota, Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia.

In Arkansas, Biden still trails in front of Sanders with just over 13% of the precincts reporting and the declared winner.

Sanders and Bloomberg are in a dead heat as votes are still pouring in from across the state for second place.

  • Joe Biden: 32.15% (24,351)
  • Bernie Sanders: 20.37% (15,576)
  • Michael Bloomberg: 20.41% (15,543)

8:55 p.m.

Joe Biden has won the Democratic primary in Arkansas, AP reports.

With about 7% of areas reporting:

  • Joe Biden: 29.40% (19,158)
  • Bernie Sanders: 20.92% (13,632)
  • Michael Bloomberg: 20.77% (13,535)
  • Elizabeth Warren: 11.32% (7,373)

RELATED: Joe Biden wins the 2020 Arkansas Democratic presidential primary

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8:45 p.m.

The state supreme court race between Barbara Webb and Morgan “Chip” Welch is the only statewide contest on the ballot other than the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries in Tuesday's election.

Welch has criticized the GOP appeals of Webb, who is married to the state Republican Party chairman. 

RELATED: Arkansas voters to decide state Supreme Court race with partisan edge

Webb, in turn, has accused Welch of downplaying his Democratic ties. According to Arkansas Business, Welch has previously donated to Democratic candidates and ran unsuccessfully as a Democrat for the state legislature.

  • Barbara Webb: 54.43% (44,834)
  • Morgan "Chip" Welch: 45.57% (37,534)

With 131/2,570 precincts reporting.

8:40 p.m.

With 131/2,570 precincts reporting:

  • Joe Biden: 27.41% (15,493)
  • Bernie Sanders: 23.17% (12,150)
  • Michael Bloomberg: 20.44% (11,550)
  • Elizabeth Warren: 12% (6,819)
  • Tulsi Gabbard: 0.53% (299)

President Donald Trump has won the presidential primary in Arkansas.

  • Donald J. Trump: 97% (51,622)
  • Bill Weld: 2.5% (1,379)
  • Roque 'Rocky' De La Fuente: 0.82% (444)

With 75/2,570 precincts reporting.

8:25 p.m.

With 75/2,570 precincts reporting:

  • Joe Biden: 26% (8,664)
  • Bernie Sanders: 23.17% (7,717)
  • Michael Bloomberg: 19.08% (6,354) 
  • Elizabeth Warren: 12.56% (4,182) 
  • Tulsi Gabbard: 0.61% (203)

President Donald Trump has won the presidential primary in Arkansas.

  • Donald J. Trump: 97% (44,101)
  • Bill Weld: 2.5% (1,188)
  • Roque 'Rocky' De La Fuente: 0.82% (373)

With 75/2,570 precincts reporting.

8:10 p.m.

For the Democratic primary, it is a close race as former Vice President Joe Biden is the front runner, with former Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg and Senator Bernie Sanders neck-and-neck for second.

  • Joe Biden: 24.81% (7,634)
  • Bernie Sanders: 22.84% (7,029)
  • Michael Bloomberg: 19.38% (5,963) 
  • Elizabeth Warren: 12.87% (3,961) 
  • Tulsi Gabbard: 0.61% (187)

President Donald Trump has won the presidential primary in Arkansas.

  • Donald J. Trump: 97% (31,344)
  • Bill Weld: 2.5% (818)
  • Roque 'Rocky' De La Fuente: 0.79% (257)

7:50 p.m.

President Donald Trump wins the presidential primary in Arkansas.

  • Donald J. Trump: 97.17%
  • Bill Weld: 2.13%
  • Roque 'Rocky' De La Fuente: 0.69%

With 21/2,570 precincts reporting.

For the Democratic primary, it is a close race between former Vice President Joe Biden and former Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg.

With 21/2,570 precincts reporting:

  • Joe Biden: 29.4%
  • Michael Bloomberg: 22.25%
  • Bernie Sanders: 17.7%
  • Elizabeth Warren: 9.24%
  • Tulsi Gabbard: 0.63%

RELATED: President Trump wins 2020 Arkansas Republican primary

7:30 p.m.

The polls have officially closed throughout the state.

5:20 p.m.

According to the Pulaski County Election Commission, the voting machine at Woodlawn Baptist Church in Little Rock is experiencing issues.

The election commission said they are sending a new machine there now, and ballots are currently going into an emergency bin.

When the machine arrives, a poll worker will feed in the ballots while another worker supervises.

1:45 p.m.

Rock Region Metro, a bus service in central Arkansas, is offering free rides all day long during Super Tuesday to help people get to their polling locations.

The service has also provided a map which shows which bus routes run to certain polling locations. Those locations are marked with a red dot on the map.

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