(NBC News) Former Vice President Joe Biden staged a Super Tuesday comeback considered unimaginable just days ago.
Biden walked away from the Super Tuesday primaries with the most delegates after voters turned out in force.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders gave up the overall lead, but won with younger and Latino voters.
"I am excited about where we are," Sanders said. "We have come a long, long way."
Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg dropped out of the race Wednesday morning, endorsing Biden and pledging to keep us his fight to help defeat President Trump in the general election.
Senator Elizabeth Warren remains the last wild card. Her campaign announced Wednesday she's "assessing her path forward" after a poor Super Tuesday showing.
Read more: HERE