LISTEN: March 17 Primary Live Coverage Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio are voting in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary on Tuesday. Listen to live special coverage beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

LISTEN: March 17 Primary Live Coverage

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Listen to NPR's coverage of the March 17 primaries on Tuesday night beginning at 8 ET.

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NPR's live special coverage of the March 17 primaries has ended.

Four states are voting on Tuesday as coronavirus disrupts politics and daily life across the country.

Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio are pressing ahead with their presidential primaries, while states with later primary dates are rescheduling. Candidates are foregoing rallies and town halls for virtual events.

There are three candidates still in the Democratic race — former Vice President Joe Biden, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. But Biden is leading the delegate count, and Gabbard trails far behind the other two.

Listen to NPR's live special coverage of the races, beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

Follow results and analysis on NPR.org, too.

For a recap of the night and what it means going forward, subscribe to The NPR Politics Podcast.