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Thanks to @vcczar, using his 2020 updated map. This is intended as a purely speculative thing. Not saying its happening or not, just curious.

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES
Fmr. Ohio Gov. John Kasich

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul

Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse

Vice President Mike Pence

Fmr. Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake

Fmr. Florida Gov. Jeb Bush

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES:

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders

California Sen. Kamala Harris

Fmr. Vice President Joe Biden

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker

New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Libertarian (Adam Kokesh unopposed)
Green (Jill Stein unopposed)

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Preliminary Polling (GOP)
Undecided: 35%

1st Place: Kasich (17.3%)

2nd Place: Cruz (16.2%)

3rd Place: Pence (14.8%)

4th Place: Bush (6.8%)

5th-7th: Below 5% Support

Fmr. Ohio Gov. John Kasich leads in many states across America, but this is largely due to the large numbers of undecided voters. I suspect Cruz and Pence will both be launching in the polls soon. 

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Preliminary Polling (DEM)

Undecided: 10.5% (As of August 1st, 2019)

1st Place: VP Biden (31.7%)

2nd Place: Sanders (23.9%)

3rd Place: Warren (13.6%)

4th Place: Harris  (9.7%)

5th Place: Booker (5.4%)

6th-8th: Below 5%

VP Biden leads, as expected in the early rounds here for the Democrats. I suspect there will be a narrowing of the race soon. We will check in next month on September 1st or if any new leads break. 

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August 15th, 2019

Shuffling in the GOP race has occurred as VP Pence has passed in delegate total, but is still trailing Kasich in the overall popular vote by about 1%. After a poor weak on the airwaves, Ted Cruz lost support to Kasich and Jeff Flake. There is currently a lot of negative momentum against Sen. Cruz.

The Democrats have largely been absent that shuffling, but Biden has lost some support in the past few days. His lead in the delegates has barely been scratched, but Gillibrand has surpassed the 5% required to be included in the monthly leading totals. Klobuchar stands at .8% and Gabbard is at .4%

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14 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

Thanks to @vcczar, using his 2020 updated map. This is intended as a purely speculative thing. Not saying its happening or not, just curious.

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES
Fmr. Ohio Gov. John Kasich

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul

Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse

Vice President Mike Pence

Fmr. Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake

Fmr. Florida Gov. Jeb Bush

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES:

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders

California Sen. Kamala Harris

Fmr. Vice President Joe Biden

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker

New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Libertarian (Adam Kokesh unopposed)
Green (Jill Stein unopposed)

Fiorina should be on there, She has already declared she is going to run in 2020.

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2 minutes ago, NYConservative said:

Fiorina should be on there, She has already declared she is going to run in 2020.

I haven't seen that. For these purposes, I'm sorry but she will not be included. I'd prefer not to start over.

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Sept. 5th, 2019

An absolutely abysmal week for Ted Cruz, dropping 4.5% in the polls, as to where Jeb Bush could even challenge him for the rights to 3rd place. The GOP lacks a clear frontrunner, with Pence running 3 points behind Kasich.

1st Place: Kasich (22%)

2nd Place: Pence (19%)

3rd Place: Cruz (13%)

4th Place: Bush (7.9%)

5th Place: Flake (5.1%)

6th/7th Place: Doesn't meet 5% standard (Sasse/Paul)

In the early states of Nevada, Iowa, and New Hampshire, Bush leads in Nevada, Flake in Iowa, and Kasich in New Hampshire. Pence holds a narrow lead in South Carolina.

On the Democratic Side, Bernie Sanders had a tough week, but he rebounded in the polls this week. The same goes for Cory Booker. Biden, however, has continued to slip, with the rise of candidates like Gillibrand and Booker at the bottom end being able to pick up some support. 

1st Place: Biden (28.8%)

2nd Place: Sanders (22.1%)

3rd Place: Warren (14.6%)

4th Place: Harris (9.9%)

5th Place: Booker (8.8%)

6th Place: Gillibrand (7%)

 

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Oct. 17th, 2019

In the Republican Primaries, Pence had an awful debate performance coupled with horrible speech that created a sharp turn in his percentage total. Bush had a scandal that racked his candidacy.

GOP Standings

1. Kasich (28.6%)

2. Cruz (13.3%)

3. Pence (11.6%)

4. Bush (6.3%)

5. Sasse (5.2%)

6/7: Flake and Paul below 5%

Sasse leads in Iowa, while Kasich leads in New Hampshire. Pence has developed a lead in South Carolina, while Bush maintains his lead in Nevada.

In the Democratic Primaries, Biden continues to slip in the polls. All candidates currently are leading in their home states, including Klobuchar and Gabbard. Both of those women have been surging (somewhat) in polling. Gabbard's debate win sparked her candidacy to take the lead in Hawaii. 

1. Biden (26.4%)

2. Sanders (21.2%)

3. Warren (15.3%)

4. Harris (10.6%)

5. Booker (8.9%)

6. Gillibrand (8%)

7/8 Klobuchar and Gabbard below 5%

In the early states, Sanders, Biden and Warren are nearly tied in Iowa. Warren has a good lead in New Hampshire, while South Carolina is dominated by Gillibrand. She leads Biden slightly in Nevada as well, with Booker on their heels.

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Week of Nov. 14th, 2019

Only a year away until Election Day 2020, and the GOP primaries are coming into shape. With still a lot of undecideds left (22.8% of GOP Primary voters), Kasich maintains a strong lead over his challengers. Pence and Cruz have been plagued by the other one being in the race. All GOP candidates now have over 5%.

1. Kasich (31.3%)

2. Pence (12.7%)

3. Cruz (12.2%)

4. Bush (5.6%)

5. Sasse (5.4%)

6. Flake (5.2%)

7. Paul (5.1%)

In the early states, not much has changed. Sasse maintains a good lead in Iowa, as does Kasich in New Hampshire. Bush now leads in both South Carolina and Nevada. 

The Democratic Primaries have shaken up quite a bit in the past month. Biden has slipped to just 3% ahead of Bernie Sanders, who has also lost support. Senator Amy Klobuchar is largely attributed to that, as she has nearly doubled her support (2.4%-4.8%). In the delegate total, Kamala Harris has passed Elizabeth Warren for the first time for 3rd place.

1. Biden (22.7%)

2. Sanders (20%)

3. Warren (14.3%)

4. Harris (11.3%)

5. Booker (9.1%)

6. Gillibrand (8.3%)

7/8 Klobuchar and Gabbard are below 5%.

Gillibrand leads in Iowa, Nevada and South Carolina. Warren leads in New Hampshire. 

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Week of Dec. 12th, 2019

Just under 2 months until the Iowa caucuses, and Kasich maintains his strong grip on the Republican lead. It is unlikely that will remain after those caucuses and momentum shifts to that winner. Rand Paul and Ben Sasse are fighting for the lead in the Iowa caucuses. We predict that Paul will be the eventual victor in Iowa, after Sasse had a bad week in Iowa.

1. Kasich (31.2%)

2. Cruz (14.2%)

3. Pence (10.9%)

4. Sasse (7.4%)

5. Bush (6.4%)

6. Paul (5.7%)

Flake is below 5% support. 

In a chaotic month for the Democratic primaries, Biden maintains his lead, though it has shrunk significantly. Sanders though, has lost support as well. Klobuchar and Booker are on the rise. Harris has fallen behind Booker in popular vote, but not in delegate total.

1. Biden (21%)

2. Sanders (18.8%)

3. Warren (13.7%)

4. Booker (11.5%)

5. Harris (10.7%)

6. Gillibrand (8.7%)

7. Klobuchar (6.8%)

8- Gabbard has 2.8%, less than 5.

We predict that Gillibrand will be the victor in the Iowa caucus, though it is early to predict this. 

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Week of Jan. 9th, 2020

Iowa Caucuses in 25 Days!!!

Iowa is the storyline this week, with Jeb Bush, Ben Sasse, and Rand Paul in a virtual tie in Iowa. Jeb Bush leads Sasse by just .2% in polling. Overall, Kasich's lead on the party has been slipping tremendously as more voters become decided. Cruz has narrowed the gap, with the help of Sasse and Pence.

1. Kasich (26.5%)

2. Cruz (17.9%)

3. Pence (13.1%)

4. Sasse (11.7%)

5. Bush (6.5%)

6. Paul (5.7%)
7 - Flake below 5 (at 4.5%)

Iowa has been just as unpredictable as ever as massive swings in the Iowa voting electorate have been happening in the past month. Tulsi Gabbard has taken a decisive lead over Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) in Iowa, 27.6%-17.7%. Elizabeth Warren is the only high-profile candidate to be over 15% in Iowa. Nationally, Biden and Sanders continue to slip as Booker and Warren rise.

1. Biden (18.8%)

2. Sanders (17.1%)

3. Warren (14.8%)

4. Booker (13.2%)

5. Harris (9.9%)

6. Gillibrand (9.6%)

7. Klobuchar (8.1%)

8. Gabbard (below 5 - 3.8%)

 

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With Iowa this week (4 days from now) a quick update on polling!

Kasich continues to slip, helping his challengers. 

1. Kasich (25.6%)

2. Cruz (17.4%)

3. Pence (13.5%)

4. Sasse (11.4%)
5. Bush (7.8%)

6. Paul (7%)

7. Flake (4.4%)

Biden and Sanders are slipping consistently, as Elizabeth Warren is narrowly trailing Sanders for 2nd place. It seems like the Democratic electorate is shifting. Booker takes up 4th right behind her.

1. Biden (17.4%)

2. Sanders (15.9%)

3. Warren (15.6%)

4. Booker (14.8%)

5. Harris (9.5%)

6. Gillibrand (9.3%)

7. Klobuchar (7%)

8. Gabbard (4.4%)

Iowa in 4 days! 

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RESULTS FROM IOWA (FIRST CAUCUS IN THE NATION)
REPUBLICAN RESULTS
1st Place: Jeb Bush (36.7%) - 11 Delegates from Iowa

2nd Place: Rand Paul (34.3%) - 10 Delegates from Iowa

3rd Place: Ben Sasse (14.6%) - 4 Delegates from Iowa

4th Place: Mike Pence (7.6%) - 2 Delegates from Iowa

5th Place: Ted Cruz (3.9%) - 1 Delegate from Iowa

6th Place: Jeff Flake (1.6%) - 1 Delegate from Iowa

7th Place: John Kasich (1.3%) - 1 Delegate from Iowa

Map of the US (Republicans) (Bush in Light Green)image.thumb.png.4d86e44f561d15f1710381de55e767ee.png 

DEMOCRATIC IOWA RESULTS
1st Place: Tulsi Gabbard (36.6%) -32 Delegates from Iowa

2nd Place: Amy Klobuchar (22.1%) - 19 Delegates from Iowa

No one else received delegates from Iowa! (Gabbard in Light Green) 
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NEW HAMPSHIRE RESULTS 
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
1st Place: Ben Sasse (33.4%) - 9 Delegates from New Hampshire

2nd Place: Jeb Bush (26.1%) - 7 Delegates from New Hampshire

3rd Place: Jeff Flake (23.4%) - 7 Delegates from New Hampshire

No other Republican candidate garnered delegates from New Hampshire! (Sasse in Light Blue)

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DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RESULTS
1st Place: Tulsi Gabbard (24.2%) - 11 Delegates from New Hampshire

2nd Place: Cory Booker (15.3%) - 7 Delegates from New Hampshire

3rd Place: Kirsten Gillibrand (15.2%)- 7 Delegates from New Hampshire

4th Place: Amy Klobuchar (15.1%) - 7 Delegates from New Hampshire

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More Primaries! (National polling will be temporarily discarded as more results come in)

NEVADA REPUBLICAN CAUCUS
1st Place: Jeb Bush - 14 Delegates

2nd Place: Ted Cruz - 8 Delegates

3rd Place: Rand Paul - 3 Delegates

4th Place: Mike Pence - 2 Delegates

5th Place: Ben Sasse - 2 Delegates

6th Place: Jeff Flake - 1 Delegate 

SOUTH CAROLINA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY (FPP)

1st Place: Ben Sasse - 50 Delegates

(closest was Jeb Bush 9 points behind Sasse) 

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DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS IN NEVADA

1st Place: Amy Klobuchar - 18 Delegates

2nd Place: Tulsi Gabbard - 14 Delegates

3rd Place: Joe Biden - 11 Delegates

No other Candidate received delegates! (Klobuchar in light blue)

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SUPER TUESDAY IS HERE! VICTORIES DETAILED BELOW
ALABAMA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
1st Place: Mike Pence - 26 Delegates

2nd Place: John Kasich - 24 Delegates

ALASKA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
1st Place: Jeb Bush - 16 Delegates

2nd Place: Ben Sasse - 12 Delegates

ARKANSAS REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

1st Place: Mike Pence - 18 Delegates

2nd Place: Jeb Bush - 12 Delegates

3rd Place: John Kasich - 10 Delegates

CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

1st Place: Jeff Flake - 172 Delegates (This surprised me to no end) beating Jeb Bush by .2%

COLORADO REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

1st Place: Jeb Bush -13 Delegates

2nd Place: Ted Cruz-9 Delegates

3rd Place: John Kasich - 8 Delegates

4th Place: Ben Sasse - 4 Delegates 

5th Place: Rand Paul - 2 Delegates

6th Place: Jeff Flake - 1 Delegate

GEORGIA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

1st Place: Mike Pence - 32 Delegates

2nd Place: John Kasich - 23 Delegates

3rd Place: Jeb Bush - 21 Delegates

MASSACHUSETTS REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

1st Place: Jeb Bush - 13 Delegates

2nd Place: Ben Sasse - 12 Delegates

3rd Place: John Kasich - 8 Delegates

4th Place: Ted Cruz - 6 Delegates

5th Place: Rand Paul - 3 Delegates

MINNESOTA REPUBLICAN CAUCUS
1st Place: Jeff Flake - 18 Delegates

2nd Place: Ben Sasse - 12 Delegates

3rd Place: Rand Paul - 4 Delegates

4th Place: Jeb Bush - 4 Delegates

OKLAHOMA  REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES

1st Place: Mike Pence - 12 Delegates

2nd Place - John Kasich - 11 Delegates

3rd Place: Ted Cruz - 11 Delegates

4th Place: Jeb Bush - 9 Delegates

TENNESSEE REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES

1st Place: John Kasich - 30 Delegates

2nd Place: Mike Pence - 28 Delegates

TEXAS REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES

1st Place: Ted Cruz - 114 Delegates

2nd Place: Jeb Bush - 41 Delegates

VERMONT REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES
1st Place: Mike Pence - 8 Delegates

2nd Place - John Kasich - 8 Delegates

VIRGINIA REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES

1st Place - John Kasich - 22 Delegates

2nd Place: Ben Sasse - 15 Delegates

3rd Place: Mike Pence - 7 Delegates

4th Place: Jeff Flake - 2 Delegates

5th Place: Jeb Bush -2 Delegates

6th Place: Rand Paul - 1 Delegate

WYOMING REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES

1st Place: Ted Cruz - 10 Delegates

2nd Place: John Kasich - 8 Delegates

3rd Place: Ben Sasse - 3 Delegates

4th Place: Mike Pence - 3 Delegates

5th Place: Jeff Flake - 2 Delegates

6th Place: Rand Paul - 2 Delegates

7th Place: Jeb Bush - 1 Delegate

Bush - Light Green, Sasse - Blue, Kasich - Tan, Pence - Brown, Cruz - Dark Green, Flake - Purple

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DEMOCRATIC SUPER TUESDAY
ALABAMA

1st Place: Kirsten Gillibrand - 34 Delegates

2nd Place: Joe Biden - 26 Delegates

ARKANSAS

1st Place: Bernie Sanders - 11 Delegates

2nd Place: Elizabeth Warren: 10 Delegates

3rd Place: Joe Biden: 9 Delegates

4th Place: Cory Booker: 7 Delegates

CALIFORNIA (THE BIG ONE)

1st Place: Kamala Harris- 305 Delegates

2nd Place: Kirsten Gillibrand - 245 Delegates (an honorable amount)

COLORADO
1st Place: Bernie Sanders - 44 Delegates

2nd Place: Joe Biden - 34 Delegates

GEORGIA

1st Place: Tulsi Gabbard - 50 Delegates

2nd Place: Elizabeth Warren - 35 Delegates

3rd Place: Amy Klobuchar - 32 Delegates

MASSACHUSETTS

1st Place: Elizabeth Warren - 68 Delegates

2nd Place: Joe Biden - 47 Delegates

MINNESOTA

1st Place: Amy Klobuchar - 48 Delegates

2nd Place: Bernie Sanders - 26 Delegates

3rd Place: Joe Biden - 19 Delegates

OKLAHOMA
1st Place: Bernie Sanders - 28 Delegates

2nd Place: Joe Biden - 14 Delegates

SOUTH CAROLINA

1st Place: Kirsten Gillibrand - 37 Delegates

2nd Place: Elizabeth Warren - 22 Delegates

TENNESSEE

1st Place: Bernie Sanders - 41 Delegates

2nd Place: Joe Biden - 34 Delegates

TEXAS

1st Place: Cory Booker - 161 Delegates

2nd Place: Amy Klobuchar - 90 Delegates

VERMONT
1st Place- Bernie Sanders - 26 Delegates

VIRGINIA
1st Place: Joe Biden - 44 Delegates

2nd Place: Kamala Harris - 38 Delegates

3rd Place: Cory Booker - 26 Delegates

image.thumb.png.566f2184c840a56abedf40a0745da86b.pngRed- Bernie Sanders, Dark Blue - Joe Biden, Light Green - Tulsi Gabbard, Green - Kamala Harris, Light Blue - Amy Klobuchar, Orange - Kirsten Gillibrand, Purple - Cory Booker

 

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ANOTHER SPATE OF PRIMARIES
HAWAII (REPUBLICANS)
1st Place: John Kasich - 6 Delegates

2nd Place: Ted Cruz - 5 Delegates

3rd Place: Jeb Bush - 3 Delegates

4th Place: Ben Sasse - 2 Delegates

5/6/7th Places: Pence/ Paul/ Flake 1 Delegate

IDAHO

1st Place: Ted Cruz - 20 Delegates

2nd Place: Jeb Bush - 12 Delegates

KANSAS 

1st Place: Rand Paul - 17 Delegates

2nd Place: John Kasich - 8 Delegates

3rd Place: Ted Cruz - 8 Delegates

4th Place: Jeb Bush - 7 Delegates

KENTUCKY

1st Place: Rand Paul - 20 Delegates

2nd Place: Kasich - 9 Delegates

3rd Place : Bush - 6 Delegates

4th Place: Sasse - 5 Delegates

5th Place: Flake - 3 Delegates

6th Place: Cruz - 3 Delegates

LOUISIANA
1st Place: Bush - 24 Delegates

2nd Place: Cruz - 22 Delegates

MAINE

1st Place: Cruz - 7 Delegates

2nd Place: Kasich - 5 Delegates

3rd Place: Bush - 4 Delegates

4th Place: Paul - 4 Delegates

5th Place: Sasse - 3 Delegates

MICHIGAN

1st Place: Sasse - 28 Delegates

2nd Place: Cruz - 17 Delegates

3rd Place: Kasich - 14 Delegates

MISSISSIPPI

1st Place: Cruz - 22 Delegates

2nd Place: Flake - 18 Delegates

PUERTO RICO (Not pictured)

1st Place: Cruz - 12 Delegates

2nd Place: Kasich - 11 Delegates

US VIRGIN ISLANDS (Not pictured)

1st Place: Kasich - 3 Delegates

2nd Place: Cruz - 2 Delegates

3/4/5/6th - Bush/Paul/Flake/Sasse - 1 Delegate

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DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES
DEMOCRATS ABROAD (NOT PICTURED)

1st: Biden - 5 Delegates

2/3/4: Warren/Sanders/Booker - 4 Delegates

KANSAS
1st: Sanders - 22 Delegates

2nd: Klobuchar - 15 Delegates

LOUISIANA

1st: Biden - 31 Delegates

2nd: Harris - 28 Delegates

MAINE
1st: Sanders - 16 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 14 Delegates

MICHIGAN

1st: Sanders - 101 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 46 Delegates

MISSISSIPPI

1st: Booker - 25 Delegates

2nd: Warren - 16 Delegates

NEBRASKA

1st: Biden - 11 Delegates

2nd: Booker - 10 Delegates

3rd: Warren - 9 Delegates

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REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES
FLORIDA
1st: Kasich - 99 Delegates

GUAM (NOT PICTURED
1st: Kasich - 3 Delegates

2nd: Cruz - 2 Delegates

3/4/5/6: Sasse/Pence/Flake/Paul - 1 Delegate

ILLINOIS

1st: Kasich - 69 Delegates

MISSOURI

1st: Kasich - 52 Delegates

NORTH CAROLINA

1st: Kasich - 34 Delegates

2nd: Cruz - 10 Delegates

3rd: Sasse - 8 Delegates

4/5th: Paul/Pence - 6 Delegates

6/7th: Flake/Bush -  4 Delegates

NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS (Not pictured)

1st: Cruz - 9 Delegates

OHIO
1st: Kasich - 66 Delegates

WASHINGTON DC (Not pictured, too small)

1st: Kasich - 14 Delegates

2nd: Cruz - 5 Delegates

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DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES
AMERICAN SAMOA (not pictured)

1st: Sanders - 6 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 5 Delegates

FLORIDA
1st: Biden - 165 Delegates

2nd: Klobuchar - 82 Delegates

ILLINIOS

1st: Biden -104 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 42 Delegates

3rd: Warren - 37 Delegates

MISSOURI

1st: Warren - 29 Delegates

2nd: Klobuchar - 28 Delegates

3rd: Booker - 27 Delegates

NORTH CAROLINA

1st: Sanders - 52 Delegates

2nd: Harris - 36 Delegates

3rd: Biden - 32 Delegates

NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS (not pictured)
1st: Sanders - 6 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 5 Delegates

OHIO

1st: Sanders - 82 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 78 Delegates

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REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES
AMERICAN SAMOA (Not pictured)

1st: Kasich - 4 Delegates

2nd: Cruz - 2 Delegates

3rd: Pence - 2 Delegates

4th: Flake - 1 Delegate

ARIZONA

1st: Flake - 58 Delegates

UTAH 

1st: Kasich - 14 Delegates

2nd: Sasse - 14 Delegates

3rd: Pence - 12 Delegates

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DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES

ARIZONA
1st: Booker - 32 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 30 Delegates

3rd: Warren - 23 Delegates

IDAHO

1st: Klobuchar - 15 Delegates

2nd: Sanders - 12 Delegates

UTAH

1st: Sanders - 14 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 13 Delegates

3rd: Klobuchar - 10 Delegates

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DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES

ALASKA
1st: Sanders - 20 Delegates

HAWAII
1st: Sanders - 14 Delegates

2nd: Gabbard - 11 Delegates

3rd: Biden - 10 Delegates
WASHINGTON

1st: Sanders - 78 Delegates

2nd: Warren - 40 Delegates

WITH 1529 DELEGATES TO GO, WE CAN PREDICT THAT IT WILL BE A CONTESTED DEMOCRATIC (AND LIKELY REPUBLICAN) CONVENTION! 

CURRENT DELEGATE COUNT:

1st - Biden - 757 Delegates

2nd - Sanders - 675 Delegates

3rd - Harris - 407 Delegates

4th - Klobuchar - 364 Delegates

5th - Gillibrand - 323 Delegates

6th - Booker - 299 Delegates

7th - Warren - 293 Delegates

8th - Gabbard - 118 Delegates 

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REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES
NORTH DAKOTA

1st: Kasich - 11 Delegates

2nd: Paul - 5 Delegates

3rd: Cruz - 4 Delegates

4th: Bush - 3 Delegates

5/6th: Flake/Pence - 2 Delegates

7th: Sasse - 1 Delegate
WISCONSIN

1st: Kasich - 42 Delegates

CURRENT REPUBLICAN STANDINGS (OFFICIALLY GOING TO CONTESTED CONVENTION)

1st: Kasich - 617 Delegates

2nd: Cruz - 309 Delegates

3rd: Flake - 293 Delegates

4th: Bush - 228 Delegates

5th: Sasse - 186 Delegates

6th: Pence - 162 Delegates

7th: Paul - 80 Delegates

 

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN WISCONSIN

1st: Sanders - 47 Delegates

2nd: Biden - 25 Delegates

3rd: Warren - 24 Delegates 

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