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Update: US Presidential primaries

10-11 February 2016 – New Hampshire results

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders each won their presidential nomination contests in New Hampshire today, underlining the anti-establishment mood of voters in both parties.

Two more Republican candidates – Carly Fiorina and Governor Chris Christie – have withdrawn from the race in the 24 hours following the vote. This should simplify the difficulties faced by the divided ‘establishment’ group of candidates a little.

[Update February 13: former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmour has also announced his withdrawal from the race for the Republican nomination.]

Latest vote totals and delegate counts (including proportions of total party convention delegates) are set out below.

These tallies include the support of elected delegates that have been confirmed by public endorsements. Such delegate are unbound and their vote can change at the convention (and see observations by Nate Silver at 538.com.)


REPUBLICAN Party nominee:

image - Marco Rubio.jpg

Candidate

total national votes so far

convention delegates 

qualified*

Senator Marco Rubio

73,197

45 – 1.6%

Jeb Bush

36,548

34 – 1.2%

Senator Ted Cruz

84,855

29 – 1.0%

Donald Trump

145,833

18 –  0.7%

✗ (1)

Governor John Kasich

48,383

12 – 0.4%

Ben Carson

23,904

3 – 0.1%

Senator Rand Paul

10,381

2

 
Governor Chris Christie

24,353

1

 
Carly Fiorina

15,191

1

 
yet to be selected

2,211 – 79.6%

uncommitted official delegates

411 – 14.9%

Total delegates

2,767

 

(*A Republican candidate needs to accumulate 8 state delegation majorities to be eligible to put their name forward at the party Convention)

Withdrawals since the beginning of February: Mike Huckabee (1 February), Rand Paul (3 February), Rick Santorum (4 February), Carly Fiorina (10 February), Chris Christie (10 February), Jim Gilmour (12 February)


DEMOCRATIC Party nominee:

Hillary Clinton

Candidate

total national
votes so far*

convention
delegates

Hillary Clinton

180,569

231 –  4.8%

Senator Bernie Sanders

236,442

39 –  0.8%

yet to be selected

3,984 – 83.6%

uncommitted official delegates

507 – 10.6%

Total delegates

4,764

(* Totals include caucus state figures which are estimates or extrapolations from published total numbers of voters.)

Withdrawals since the beginning of February: Martin O’Malley (1 February)


The next primary events are on Saturday 20 February: the Republican primary in South Carolina and the Democratic caucuses in Nevada.

These are followed by the Republican caucuses in Nevada (Tuesday 23 February) and the Democratic primary in South Carolina (Saturday 27 February).

These events will complete the initial four-state phase of voting in advance of the major 12-state event on Tuesday March 1.


Original Preview article (19 January 2016)

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