A Democratic candidate needs to win 2,383 delegates and a Republican candidate needs to secure 1,237 delegates to secure the nomination. Going into Super Tuesday, Hillary Clinton was way out in front, with 266 delegates pledged, to 136 for Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
On the Republican side, businessman Donald Trump had 82 delegates, Texas Senator Ted Cruz had 17, Florida Senator Marco Rubio had 16 and Ohio Gov. John Kasich with six delegates and Dr. Ben Carson with five.
The following results are with sufficient results in to call most races, although with fewer than 100 percent of the votes counted. The delegate numbers will change slightly.
ALABAMA With 50 delegates for the Republicans and 60 delegates for the Democrats at stake, Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R) won their respective primaries. Clinton received 30 delegates, Sanders 1, and Trump received 20.
ALASKA Only the Republicans had a primary on March 1. There were 28 delegates at stake. The results were not yet in on this race before this article was published. UPDATE: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz won the Republican primary, pocketing 12 delegates.
ARKANSAS 40 Republicans and 37 Democrats Hillary Clinton won for the Democrats. Clinton received 17 delegates and Sanders six. Donald Trump won for the Republicans.
COLORADO Only the Democrats had a primary on March 1, and there were 79 delegates at stake. The results were not yet in before this article was published to call the race, but with 21 percent of the precincts reporting, Bernie Sanders was leading Hillary Clinton. UPDATE: Sen. Sanders won the Democratic caucus, adding 33 delegates to his total.
GEORGIA There were 76 delegates for Republicans and 79 for Democrats in play in Georgia. Donald Trump (R) and Hillary Clinton (D) won their primaries. Trump won 30 delegates, Cruz one, Clinton won 57 and Sanders received 21.
MASSACHUSETTS With 42 Republican delegates and 116 delegates for Democrats, Donald Trump (R) and Hillary Clinton (D) won their respective primaries. Trump received 18 delegates and Rubio received five.
MINNESOTA Has a caucus, not a primary. There were 38 delegates for Republicans and 93 Democratic delegates at stake. Insufficient votes were counted to make solid predictions about the winners before this article was published. With 53 percent of the precincts reporting, Marco Rubio was in the lead and Donald Trump in second place for the Republicans. With 15 percent of the precincts reporting, Bernie Sanders was beating Hillary Clinton. UPDATE: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio won for the Republicans, with 14 delegates added to his total, and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton, adding 42 delegates to his tally.
OKLAHOMA There are 43 Republican delegates at stake and 42 Democrats in Oklahoma. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders came in first in the Democratic race and Ted Cruz came in first for the Republicans.
TENNESSEE There are 58 Republican delegates and 76 Democratic delegates available in Tennessee. Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R) came in first in their respective parties.
TEXAS There are 155 Republican delegates and 252 Democratic delegates at stake. This is not a winner takes all state. Hometown Sen. Ted Cruz won the Texas Republican primary with an 11 point lead over Donald Trump, and Hillary Clinton won in the Democratic primary. For his win, Cruz received 32 delegates, Trump 14, Clinton won 120 delegates and Sanders 42 delegates.
VERMONT With 16 delegates for the Republicans and 26 delegates available for the Democrats. Sanders (D) and Trump (R) finished first in their respective primaries. Trump walked away with five delegates, Kasich doubled his delegates to 10 because of Vermont and Sanders received ten.
VIRGINIA There are 49 delegates available for the Republicans and 110 for the Democrats. Donald Trump (R) beat out Marco Rubio in a close race, in a state in which delegates are divided. Hillary Clinton won in the Democratic primary.
Lori Lowenthal Marcus