Super Tuesday Results 2016: Republican Vote Totals & Delegate Count

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Donald Trump, joined by Chris Christie at a press conference Tuesday night, won seven states on Super Tuesday. (Getty)

With Super Tuesday in the rearview mirror, the GOP presidential race looks a lot like it did a week ago: Donald Trump is the clear frontrunner, while Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are vowing to keep fighting, each with their eyes on a relatively narrow path to the nomination. John Kasich and Ben Carson, neither of whom have even a remotely viable path to the nomination, are also still in the race.

Trump won seven out of the 11 states up for grabs Tuesday, but hauled in fewer delegates than expected. He lost two states — Oklahoma and Alaska — where he had been leading in the polls, and barely held off Rubio in Virginia.

Cruz won his home state of Texas convincingly, added wins in Oklahoma and Alaska, and urged the other non-Trump candidates in the race to consider dropping out and endorsing him.

Rubio won Minnesota — his first victory in any state — and very nearly upset Trump in Virginia, lending credence to the idea that his blistering attacks on Trump over the past week have been working. But Rubio fell short of the 20 percent delegate threshold in Texas and Alabama, denying him any delegates in those states and making it a so-so night at best.

Here’s a look at the Super Tuesday GOP results. (Click here for a breakdown of how GOP delegates are allocated.)


Super Tuesday Republican Results


The Super Tuesday delegate counts are estimates from the Associated Press via the New York Times.

CANDIDATE STATES DELEGATES
Donald Trump 7 234
Ted Cruz 3 209
Marco Rubio 1 90
John Kasich 19
Ben Carson 3

Overall Republican Results & Delegate Count

The overall delegate counts are estimates from the Associated Press via the New York Times.


CANDIDATE STATES DELEGATES
Donald Trump 10 316
Ted Cruz 4 226
Marco Rubio 1 106
John Kasich 25
Ben Carson 8

Alabama Primary

Alabama has 50 delegates, allocated proportionately to candidates who received at least 20 percent of the vote.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 43.3%
Ted Cruz 21.1%
Marco Rubio 18.9%
Ben Carson 10.2%
John Kasich 4.4%

Alaska Caucus

Alaska has 28 delegates, awarded proportionally to candidates with at least 13 percent of the vote.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Ted Cruz 36.4%
Donald Trump 33.5%
Marco Rubio 15.1%
Ben Carson 10.9%

Arkansas Primary

Arkansas has 40 delegates, awarded proportionately.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 32.6%
Ted Cruz 30.3%
Marco Rubio 25.2%
Ben Carson 5.7%
John Kasich 3.8%

Georgia Primary

Georgia has 76 delegates, awarded proportionately to candidates with at least 20 percent of the vote.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 38.8%
Marco Rubio 24.4%
Ted Cruz 23.6%
Ben Carson 6.2%
John Kasich 5.5%

Massachusetts Primary

Massachusetts has 42 delegates, awarded proportionately.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 49.2%
John Kasich 18%
Marco Rubio 17.9%
Ted Cruz 9.6%
Ben Carson 2.6%

Minnesota Caucus

Minnesota has 38 delegates, awarded proportionately.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Marco Rubio 36.8%
Ted Cruz 28.9%
Donald Trump 21.2%
Ben Carson 7.2%
John Kasich 5.8%

Oklahoma Primary

Oklahoma has 43 delegates, awarded proportionately.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Ted Cruz 34.4%
Donald Trump 28.3%
Marco Rubio 26%
Ben Carson 6.2%
John Kasich 3.6%

Tennessee Primary

Tennessee has 58 delegates, awarded proportionately to candidates with at least 20 percent of the vote.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 39%
Ted Cruz 24.7%
Marco Rubio 21.1%
Ben Carson 7.6%
John Kasich 5.3%

Texas Primary

Texas has 155 delegates, awarded proportionately to candidates with at least 20 percent of the vote.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Ted Cruz 43.7%
Donald Trump 26.9%
Marco Rubio 17.5%
John Kasich 4.2%
Ben Carson 4.1%

Vermont Primary

Vermont has 16 delegates, awarded proportionately to candidates with at least 20 percent of the vote.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 32.7%
John Kasich 30.4%
Marco Rubio 19.3%
Ted Cruz 9.7%

Virginia Primary

Virginia has 49 delegates, awarded proportionately.

CANDIDATE VOTE%
Donald Trump 34.7%
Marco Rubio 31.9%
Ted Cruz 16.9%
John Kasich 9.4%
Ben Carson 5.9%

 

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