Can you vote for a candidate on Super Tuesday if they’ve already dropped out?

Less than a week before Super Tuesday, the crowded Democratic primary field suddenly shrank by two, as Tom Steyer and Pete Buttigieg decided to give up the ghost before suffering what they expected to be miserable defeats just days later.But their sudden departures raise a problem: with the states having already printed their ballots, many millions of Americans will still have a chance to vote for them.

Can you vote for a candidate on Super Tuesday if they’ve already dropped out?
Less than a week before Super Tuesday, the crowded Democratic primary field suddenly shrank by two, as Tom Steyer and Pete Buttigieg decided to give up the ghost before suffering what they expected to be miserable defeats just days later.But their sudden departures raise a problem: with the states having already printed their ballots, many millions of Americans will still have a chance to vote for them.