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domingo, 6 de marzo de 2016

Estados Unidos. Elecciones 2016 Primarias, calendario, ganadores, delegados....



DelegatesState totals are pledged delegates based on election results. Trump Cruz Rubio Kasich
Clinton Sanders

Total 382 300 128 35
1,121 481


1,237 to win nomination
2,383 to win

Pledged Delegates 382 300 128 35
663 459

Superdelegates*
458 22
Feb. 1 Iowa Results » 7 8 7 1
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 » 14 6 7 1
Feb. 27 South Carolina Democratic Results »
39 14
March 1 Alabama Results » 36 13 1
44 9

Alaska Republican Results » 11 12 5

Arkansas Results » 16 14 9
22 10

Colorado Democratic Results »
28 38

Georgia Results » 40 18 14
72 28

Massachusetts Results » 22 4 8 8
46 45

Minnesota Results » 8 13 17
31 46

Oklahoma Results » 13 15 12
17 21

Tennessee Results » 31 15 9
44 23

Texas Results » 47 102 3
147 74

Vermont Results » 6 6
16

Virginia Results » 17 8 16 5
62 33

American Samoa
4 2

Democrats Abroad
March 5 Kansas Results » 9 24 6 1
10 23

Kentucky Republican Results » 17 15 7 7

Louisiana Results » 18 18 5
35 12

Maine Republican Results » 9 12 2

Nebraska Democratic Results »
10 14
*Party leaders who are free to support any candidate.
Primary Calendar
G.O.P. delegates Dem. delegates
March 6 Maine Democratic Caucus Republican caucus is March 5. 30
Puerto Rico Republican Primary Democratic caucus is June 5. 23
March 8 Hawaii Republican Caucus Democratic caucus is March 26. 19
Idaho Republican Primary Democratic caucus is March 22. 32
Michigan 59 147
Mississippi 40 41
March 12 District of Columbia Republican Convention Democratic primary is June 14. 19
Guam Republican Convention The Republican Party will not hold a presidential preference vote for its 9 delegates. Democratic caucus is May 7. 9
Northern Mariana Islands Democratic Convention Republican caucus is March 15. 11
March 15 Florida G.O.P. winner-take-all 99 246
Illinois G.O.P. winner-take-most 69 182
Missouri 52 84
Northern Mariana Islands Republican Caucus Democratic caucus is March 12. G.O.P. winner-take-all 9
North Carolina 72 121
Ohio G.O.P. winner-take-all 66 159
March 19 Virgin Islands Republican Caucus Democratic caucus is June 4. 9
March 22 Arizona G.O.P. winner-take-all 58 85
Idaho Democratic Caucus Republican primary is March 8. 27
Utah 40 37
March 26 Alaska Democratic Caucus Republican caucus is March 1. 20
Hawaii Democratic Caucus Republican caucus is March 8. 34
Washington State Democratic Caucus Republican primary is May 24. 118
April 5 Wisconsin G.O.P. winner-take-most 42 96
April 9 Wyoming The Republican Party will not vote at its caucus, allowing its 29 delegates to remain unpledged to a specific candidate. 29 18
April 19 New York 95 291
April 26 Connecticut 28 70
Delaware G.O.P. winner-take-all 16 31
Maryland G.O.P. winner-take-most 38 118
Pennsylvania G.O.P. winner-take-most 71 210
Rhode Island 19 33
May 3 Indiana G.O.P. winner-take-most 57 92
May 7 Guam Democratic Caucus Republican convention is March 12. 12
May 10 Nebraska Republican Primary Democratic caucus is March 5. G.O.P. winner-take-all 36
West Virginia 34 37
May 17 Kentucky Democratic Primary Republican caucus is March 5. 61
Oregon 28 74
May 24 Washington State Republican Primary Republicans will also hold a caucus on Feb. 20 but will allocate delegates through the May 24 primary. The Democratic caucus is March 26. 44
June 4 Virgin Islands Democratic Caucus Republican caucus is March 19. 12
June 5 Puerto Rico Democratic Caucus Republican primary is March 6. 67
June 7 California G.O.P. winner-take-most 172 546
Montana G.O.P. winner-take-all 27 27
New Jersey G.O.P. winner-take-all 51 142
New Mexico 24 43
North Dakota The Republican Party will not vote at its caucus, allowing its 28 delegates to remain unpledged to a specific candidate. 28 23
South Dakota G.O.P. winner-take-all 29 25
June 14 District of Columbia Democratic Primary Republican convention is March 12. 45
Note: Both winner-take-all and winner-take-most states allocate all state-level Republican delegates to the overall winner. Winner-take-most states, like California, also allocate Republican delegates based on the winner of each district.

Other Republican candidates have also won delegates: Ben Carson (eight), Jeb Bush (four) and Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee and Rand Paul (one each).
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