DemDaily: The Count! Where They Stand Now

March 16, 2016
Last night's second Super Tuesday brought Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump closer to their Party's nominations.
Both Republicans and Democratics held primary elections in five states, including the key states of Florida and Ohio, which were winner-take-all in the delegate contest.
This is where the candidates stand now.
Republicans
FLA
99 del.
ILL 69
MO 52
NC 72
Ohio 66
Delegate Total
 Trump
 46%
 39%
41%
 40%
36%
661
 Cruz
17%
30%
41%
37%
13%
405
 Rubio*
27%
9%
6%
8%
3%
169
 Kasich
7%
20%
10%
13%
 47%
142
Reporting
100%
99%
100%
100%
100%
1,237 to win
Rubio dropped out of the race
Democrats
FLA
214 del.
ILL 156
MO 71
NC 107
Ohio 143
Delegate Total
 Clinton
 64%
 50%
50%
 55%
 57%
1,132
 Sanders
33%
49%
49%
41%
43%
818
Reporting
99%
99%
100%
100%
100%
2,383 to win
Democratic delegates only include pledged delegates.                                       Source: New York Times
Next Up:  March 19th's Virgin Island Republican Caucus, followed by next Tuesday, the 22nd in Arizona, Utah, Idaho and American Samoa.
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