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Winners of 2016 US presidential primaries so far, state by state

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Washington: Here is a list of the US states and territories won by each of the six remaining Republican and Democratic presidential candidates in the 2016 White House nominating contests held since February 1:

- DEMOCRATIC PARTY

donald_-Hillary_Bernie_reutersSo far, 23 contests have been held. A total of 2,383 delegates are needed to secure the party's presidential nomination, including the so-called "super delegates" -- so far, Hillary Clinton has a 472-23 advantage over Bernie Sanders on that front.

Hillary Clinton (1,244 delegates)

Breakdown of delegates: 772 pledged after state races, 472 super delegates

14 states and territories won

- Alabama

- American Samoa

- Arkansas

- Georgia

- Iowa

- Louisiana

- Massachusetts

- Mississippi

- Nevada

- Northern Mariana Islands

- South Carolina

- Tennessee

- Texas

- Virginia

Bernie Sanders (574 delegates)

Breakdown of delegates: 551 pledged after state races, 23 super delegates

Nine states won

- Colorado

- Kansas

- Maine

- Michigan

- Minnesota

- Nebraska

- New Hampshire

- Oklahoma

- Vermont

- REPUBLICAN PARTY

So far, 27 contests have been held. A total of 1,237 delegates are needed to secure the party's presidential nomination.

Donald Trump (471 delegates)

16 states and territories won:

- Alabama

- Arkansas

- Georgia

- Hawaii

- Kentucky

- Louisiana

- Massachusetts

- Michigan

- Mississippi

- Nevada

- New Hampshire

- Northern Mariana Islands

- South Carolina

- Tennessee

- Vermont

- Virginia

Ted Cruz (371 delegates)

Eight states won

- Alaska

- Idaho

- Iowa

- Kansas

- Maine

- Oklahoma

- Texas

- Wyoming (partial results, two-stage contest)

Marco Rubio (165 delegates)

Three states and territories won

- Minnesota

- Puerto Rico

- Washington, DC

John Kasich (63 delegates)
No states won

Source: CNN delegates tally

AFP

First Published On : Mar 16, 2016 02:02 IST

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