US Presidential primaries: Here's a list of who won which state

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

Democratic Party 

Thirty-six contests have been held to date, including the primary in Wisconsin on Tuesday.

A total of 2,383 delegates are needed to secure the party's presidential nomination, including the so-called "super-delegates" who have the right to vote for whomever they choose at the nominating convention in July.

Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has a commanding advantage over Senator Bernie Sanders on the super-delegate front.

Hillary Clinton (1,778 delegates)



Breakdown of delegates: 1,295 pledged after state races, plus 483 super-delegates

20 states and territories won:

Alabama; American Samoa; Arkansas; Arizona; Florida; Georgia; Illinois; Iowa; Louisiana; Massachusetts; Mississippi; Missouri; Nevada; North Carolina; Northern Mariana Islands; Ohio; South Carolina; Tennessee; Texas; Virginia.

Bernie Sanders (1,097 delegates)

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. AFP


Breakdown of delegates: 1,066 pledged after state races, plus 31 super delegates

16 contests won:

Alaska; Colorado; Hawaii; Idaho; Kansas; Maine; Michigan; Minnesota; Nebraska; New Hampshire; Oklahoma; Vermont; Washington; Wisconsin; and the contest involving US Democrats living abroad.

Republican Party

The GOP has held 34 contests. Six states and territories -- American Samoa, Colorado, Guam, North Dakota, Virgin Islands and Wyoming -- select their delegates without a primary preference vote, but through conventions or party meetings.

Results of the Missouri primary of March 15 have yet to be ratified by state officials. Unofficial results show Trump narrowly ahead there.

A total of 1,237 delegates are needed to secure the presidential nomination. The Republican Party does not use super-delegates.

Donald Trump (743 delegates)


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20 states and territories won:

Alabama; Arizona; Arkansas; Florida; Georgia; Hawaii; Illinois; Kentucky; Louisiana; Massachusetts; Michigan; Mississippi; Nevada; New Hampshire; North Carolina; Northern Mariana Islands; South Carolina; Tennessee; Vermont; Virginia.

Ted Cruz (510 delegates)



9 states won:

Alaska; Idaho; Iowa; Kansas; Maine; Oklahoma; Texas; Utah; Wisconsin.

John Kasich (145 delegates)



1 state won:


Marco Rubio (Withdrew from race, with 173 delegates)



Three states and territories won:

Minnesota; Puerto Rico; Washington, DC

Source: CNN delegates tally

Updated Date: Apr 06, 2016 12:10 PM

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