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As the primaries progress, the Democratic and Republican nomination will be decided by which candidate totals up the largest number of awarded state delegates from each caucus or primary vote. The complete delegate counts are listed below and updated frequently after each primary or caucus date. Each party has its own set of rules governing the number of delegates.

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For a list of how many delegates are at stake in each state, see the 2016 Primary Schedule.

Note: Delegate count will be updated within 24 hours following primary contests. It takes time for the vote totals to be certified and for accurate numbers to be released.

GOP-Icon Republican Delegate Count (Detailed State-By-State)
Need 1,237 out of 2,472 to clinch nomination

Candidate
Trump
Cruz*
Rubio*
Kasich*
Uncommitted
Carson*
Bush*
Fiorina*
Paul*
Huckabee*
Delegates11615671681564094111
Related: Detailed State-By-State Republican Delegate Count

*Candidate has withdrawn from race. Rules vary by state, but delegates typically are no longer bound to the candidate who won them after the candidate drops out.


Democratic Delegate Count (Detailed State-By-State)
Need 2,383 out of 4,765 to clinch nomination

Candidate
Clinton
Sanders
Delegates17671488
Superdelegates^52440
Total22911528
Related: Detailed State-By-State Democratic Delegate Count

^Superdelegates are Democratic Party leaders who are free to support any candidate at any time up to the convention

If you find any errors or omissions, please use the contact page or tweet me: @PresElectNews

Sources: NYTimes, Bloomberg, RCP Dem, RCP GOP

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