Primary and caucus and delegate data
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

View only
 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
1
Republican Nominating ProcessDemocratic Nominating Process
2
State Number of Electoral Votes Primary/Caucus DateGOP DelegatesTypeOpen/ClosedPrimary/Caucus DateDem DelegatesTypeOpen/Closed
3
Alabama 950PrimaryOpen3/1/201660PrimaryOpen
4
Alaska 33/1/201628CaucusClosed3/28/201620CaucusClosed
5
Arizona 113/22/201658PrimaryClosed3/22/201685PrimaryClosed
6
Arkansas 63/1/201640PrimaryOpen3/1/201637PrimaryOpen
7
California 556/7/2016172PrimaryMixed6/7/2016546PrimaryMixedA party can decide whether to permit independent voters to vote in its primary or limit it to registered party members.
8
Colorado 93/1/201637*Closed3/1/201679CaucusClosed
9
Connecticut 74/26/201628PrimaryClosed4/26/201670PrimaryClosed
10
Delaware 34/26/201616PrimaryClosed4/26/201631PrimaryClosed
11
District of Columbia
33/12/201619ConventionClosed6/14/201646PrimaryClosed
12
Florida 293/15/201699PrimaryClosed3/15/2016246PrimaryClosed
13
Georgia 163/1/201676PrimaryOpen3/1/2016116PrimaryOpen
14
Hawaii 43/8/201619CaucusClosed3/26/201634CaucusClosed
15
Idaho 43/8/201632PrimaryClosed3/22/201627CaucusClosed
16
Illinois 203/15/201669PrimaryOpen3/15/2016182PrimaryOpen
17
Indiana 115/3/201657PrimaryOpen5/3/201692PrimaryOpen
18
Iowa 62/1/201630CaucusClosed2/1/201652CaucusClosed
19
Kansas 63/5/201640CaucusClosed3/5/201637CaucusClosed
20
Kentucky 83/5/201646CaucusClosed5/17/201661PrimaryClosed
21
Louisiana 83/5/201646PrimaryClosed3/5/201658PrimaryClosed
22
Maine 43/5/201623CaucusClosed3/6/201630CaucusClosed
23
Maryland 104/26/201638PrimaryClosed4/26/2016118PrimaryClosed
24
Massachusetts
113/1/201642PrimaryMixed3/1/2016116PrimaryMixed
Independents can vote in either party primary.
25
Michigan 163/8/201659PrimaryOpen3/8/2016148PrimaryOpen
26
Minnesota103/1/201638CaucusOpen3/1/201693CaucusOpen
27
Mississippi63/8/201640PrimaryOpen3/8/201641PrimaryOpen
28
Missouri103/15/201652PrimaryOpen3/15/201684PrimaryOpen
29
Montana36/7/201627PrimaryOpen6/7/201627PrimaryOpen
30
Nebraska55/10/201636PrimaryClosed3/5/201630CaucusClosed
31
Nevada62/23/201630CaucusClosed2/20/201643CaucusClosed
32
New Hampshire
42/9/201623PrimaryMixed2/9/201632PrimaryMixed
Independents can vote in either party primary.
33
New Jersey 146/7/201651PrimaryMixed6/7/2016142PrimaryMixed"Unaffiliated" may vote in a party primary. Registered "independents" may not.
34
New Mexico56/7/201624PrimaryClosed6/7/201643PrimaryClosed
35
New York294/19/201695PrimaryClosed4/19/2016291PrimaryClosed
36
North Carolina153/15/201672PrimaryMixed3/15/2016121PrimaryMixed
"Unaffiliated" may vote in a party primary.
37
North Dakota 33/1/201628*Closed6/7/201623CaucusClosed
38
Ohio 183/15/201666PrimaryMixed3/15/2016159PrimaryMixedAffiliation is established when a voter requests a ballot for a party on primary election day.
39
Oklahoma73/1/201643PrimaryClosed3/1/201642PrimaryClosed
40
Oregon75/17/201628PrimaryClosed5/17/201673PrimaryClosed
41
Pennsylvania 204/26/201671PrimaryClosed4/26/2016210PrimaryClosed
42
Rhode Island 44/26/201619PrimaryMixed4/26/201633PrimaryMixed
"Unaffiliated" may vote in a party primary.
43
South Carolina92/20/201650PrimaryOpen2/27/201659PrimaryOpen
44
South Dakota 36/7/201629PrimaryClosed6/7/201625PrimaryClosed
45
Tennessee113/1/201658PrimaryOpen3/1/201676PrimaryOpen
46
Texas383/1/2016155PrimaryOpen3/1/2016252PrimaryOpen
47
Utah83/22/201640CaucusClosed3/22/201637CaucusClosed
48
Vermont 33/1/201616PrimaryOpen3/1/201626PrimaryOpen
49
Virginia 133/1/201649PrimaryOpen3/1/2016110PrimaryOpen
50
Washington 125/24/201644PrimaryClosed3/26/2018118CaucusClosed
51
West Virginia 55/10/201634PrimaryMixed5/10/201637PrimaryMixedBasically closed unless a party chooses to permit an unaffiliated registrant to vote in its primary.
52
Wisconsin104/5/201642PrimaryOpen4/5/201696PrimaryOpen
53
Wyoming33/1/201629*Closed4/9/201618CaucusClosed
54
55
GOP Delegates:
Delegates to the Convention: 2,472
56
Delegates Needed to Win the Nomination (50%+1): 1,236
57
Dem Delegates:
Delegates to the Convention: 4,764
58
Delegates Needed to Win the Nomination (50%+1): 2,383
59
60
61
Sources* Colorado, North Dakota and Wyoming will not hold GOP presidential preference votes in 2016. In opposition to a new GOP rule requiring a state's delegates to support the candidate winning the caucus vote, the Colorado GOP will hold precinct caucus meetings to select delegates who will not be pledged to any candidate. See http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_28700919/colorado-republicans-cancel-2016-presidential-caucus-vote. North Dakota will hold a convention to select unpledged delegates. https://ballotpedia.org/Presidential_election_in_North_Dakota,_2016. Wyoming apparently will hold precinct caucuses and a convention with delegates pledged to whomever they designate on a form submitting their names for nomination. https://ballotpedia.org/Presidential_election_in_Wyoming,_2016
62
63
64
65
Electoral College: Source: U.S. Census Bureau Last Update: 12/10/2010
66
GOP Delegates: https://gop.com/2016-gophq/event_schedule/?schedule_type=primary
67
Dem delegates, dates, closed/open/mixed: http://www.uspresidentialelectionnews.com/2016-presidential-primary-schedule-calendar/
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Loading...