At a campaign stop in Atlanta on Friday, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton blasted her Republican rivals.

Georgia is among the states which will vote on Tuesday.

Appearing alongside Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed at City Hall, Clinton criticized Republican candidates who have pledged to undermine the Supreme Court's June finding that gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to marry.

“They seem to be against nearly every right that we have achieved in the last many decades: human rights, civil rights, women's rights, gay rights, voter's rights, worker's rights,” Clinton said. “They talk about them as though no one would be offended. Well I want you to know where I stand.”

“I will defend marriage equality and I will work to end discrimination against the LGBT community,” she added.

With almost 1,500 delegates at stake, Super Tuesday is the biggest day of the 2016 presidential election.