2016 Primary Results and Calendar

Delegates Won

Trump

Cruz

REPUBLICANS

Rubio

Kasich

Carson

Clinton

DEMOCRATS

Sanders

Total 68 11 9 5 3 503 70
1,237 to win nomination 2,383 to win
Superdelegates* 451 19
FEB. 1 Iowa Results » 7 8 7 1 3 23 21
FEB. 9 New Hampshire Results » 11 3 2 4 9 15
FEB. 20 Nevada Democratic Results » 20 15
South Carolina Republican Results » 50
FEB. 23 Nevada Republican Results »

*Party leaders who are free to support any candidate.

WHAT’S NEW Donald J. Trump’s win in South Carolina earned him all 50 of the state’s delegates. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders each earned delegates inNevada, though Mrs. Clinton still has a sizeable lead with superdelegates.

Primary Calendar G.O.P. delegates 2012 winner 2008 winner Dem. delegates 2008 winner
FEB. 27 South Carolina Democratic Primary 59 Barack Obama
MARCH 1 Alabama 50 Rick Santorum Mike Huckabee 60 Barack Obama
Alaska Republican CaucusDemocratic caucus is March 26. 28 Mitt Romney Mitt Romney
American SamoaThe Republican Party will not hold a presidential preference vote for its 9 delegates. 9 Mitt Romney John McCain 10 Hillary Clinton
Arkansas 40 Mitt Romney Mike Huckabee 37 Hillary Clinton
ColoradoThe Republican Party will not vote at its caucus, allowing its 37 delegates to remain unpledged to a specific candidate. 37 Rick Santorum Mitt Romney 79 Barack Obama
Georgia 76 Newt Gingrich Mike Huckabee 116 Barack Obama
Massachusetts 42 Mitt Romney Mitt Romney 116 Hillary Clinton
Minnesota 38 Rick Santorum Mitt Romney 93 Barack Obama
Oklahoma 43 Rick Santorum John McCain 42 Hillary Clinton
Tennessee 58 Rick Santorum Mike Huckabee 76 Hillary Clinton
Texas 155 Mitt Romney John McCain 252 Hillary Clinton
Vermont 16 Mitt Romney John McCain 26 Barack Obama
Virginia 49 Mitt Romney John McCain 110 Barack Obama
Democrats AbroadVoting held at sites in 40 countries through March 8. 17 Barack Obama
MARCH 5 KansasThe state canceled its primary in favor of caucuses. 40 Rick Santorum Mike Huckabee 37 Barack Obama
Kentucky Republican CaucusDemocratic primary is May 17. 46 Mitt Romney John McCain
Louisiana 46 Rick Santorum Mike Huckabee 59 Barack Obama
Maine Republican CaucusDemocratic caucus is March 6. 23 Mitt Romney Mitt Romney
Nebraska Democratic CaucusRepublican primary is May 10. 30 Barack Obama
MARCH 6 Maine Democratic CaucusRepublican caucus is March 5. 30 Barack Obama
Puerto Rico Republican PrimaryDemocratic caucus is June 5. 23 Mitt Romney John McCain
MARCH 8 Hawaii Republican CaucusDemocratic caucus is March 26. 19 Mitt Romney John McCain
Idaho Republican PrimaryDemocratic caucus is March 22. 32 Mitt Romney John McCain
Michigan 59 Mitt Romney Mitt Romney 147 Hillary Clinton
Mississippi 40 Rick Santorum John McCain 41 Barack Obama
MARCH 12 District of Columbia Republican ConventionDemocratic primary is June 14. 19 Mitt Romney John McCain
Northern Mariana Islands Democratic ConventionRepublican caucus is March 15. 11 None
MARCH 15 Florida 99 Mitt Romney John McCain 246 Hillary Clinton
Illinois 69 Mitt Romney John McCain 182 Barack Obama
Missouri 52 Rick Santorum John McCain 84 Barack Obama
Northern Mariana Islands Republican CaucusDemocratic caucus is March 12. 9 Mitt Romney John McCain
North Carolina 72 Mitt Romney John McCain 121 Barack Obama
Ohio 66 Mitt Romney John McCain 159 Hillary Clinton
MARCH 19 Virgin Islands Republican CaucusDemocratic caucus is June 4. 9 Mitt Romney John McCain
MARCH 22 Arizona 58 Mitt Romney John McCain 85 Hillary Clinton
Idaho Democratic CaucusRepublican primary is March 8. 27 Barack Obama
Utah 40 Mitt Romney Mitt Romney 37 Barack Obama
MARCH 26 Alaska Democratic CaucusRepublican caucus is March 1. 20 Barack Obama
Hawaii Democratic CaucusRepublican caucus is March 8. 34 Barack Obama
Washington State Democratic CaucusRepublican primary is May 24. 118 Barack Obama
APRIL 5 Wisconsin 42 Mitt Romney John McCain 96 Barack Obama
APRIL 9 WyomingThe Republican Party will not vote at its caucus, allowing its 29 delegates to remain unpledged to a specific candidate. 29 Mitt Romney Mitt Romney 18 Barack Obama
APRIL 19 New York 95 Mitt Romney John McCain 291 Hillary Clinton
APRIL 26 Connecticut 28 Mitt Romney John McCain 70 Barack Obama
Delaware 16 Mitt Romney John McCain 31 Barack Obama
Maryland 38 Mitt Romney John McCain 118 Barack Obama
Pennsylvania 71 Mitt Romney John McCain 210 Hillary Clinton
Rhode Island 19 Mitt Romney John McCain 33 Hillary Clinton
MAY 3 Indiana 57 Mitt Romney John McCain 92 Hillary Clinton
MAY 7 GuamThe Republican Party will not hold a presidential preference vote for its 9 delegates. 9 Mitt Romney John McCain 12 Barack Obama
MAY 10 Nebraska Republican PrimaryDemocratic caucus is March 5. 36 Mitt Romney John McCain
West Virginia 34 Mitt Romney Mike Huckabee 37 Hillary Clinton
MAY 17 Kentucky Democratic PrimaryRepublican caucus is March 5. 61 Hillary Clinton
Oregon 28 Mitt Romney John McCain 74 Barack Obama
MAY 24 Washington State Republican PrimaryRepublicans will also hold a caucus on Feb. 20 but will allocate delegates through the May 24 primary. The Democratic caucus is March 26. 44 Mitt Romney John McCain
JUNE 4 Virgin Islands Democratic CaucusRepublican caucus is March 19. 12 Barack Obama
JUNE 5 Puerto Rico Democratic CaucusRepublican primary is March 6. 67 Hillary Clinton
JUNE 7 California 172 Mitt Romney John McCain 546 Hillary Clinton
Montana 27 Mitt Romney Mitt Romney 27 Barack Obama
New Jersey 51 Mitt Romney John McCain 142 Hillary Clinton
New Mexico 24 Mitt Romney John McCain 43 Hillary Clinton
North DakotaThe Republican Party will not vote at its caucus, allowing its 28 delegates to remain unpledged to a specific candidate. 28 Rick Santorum Mitt Romney 23 Barack Obama
South Dakota 29 Mitt Romney John McCain 25 Hillary Clinton
JUNE 14 District of Columbia Democratic PrimaryRepublican convention is March 12. 45 Barack Obama

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