The series of presidential primary elections and caucuses held in each U.S. state
and territory forms part of the nominating process of United States presidential
elections. The United States Consti...
The national parties allocate each state a certain number of delegates based on
... that the Democrats have a much bigger convention than the Republicans do, ...
3 days ago ... Republicans, many of whom had revolted against the GOP establishment ...
Likewise, different states have different rules for primaries. .... Democratic
delegates who will have been allocated as of each primary or caucus date.
Proportional: State will proportionally allocate delegates based either on the ...
State will award all delegates to the plurality winner of the primary or caucus. ....
Other states have different rounding rules, based on the distance from the
As the primaries progress, the Democratic and Republican nomination will ...
Each party has its own set of rules governing the number of delegates. ... For a
list of how many delegates are at stake in each state, see the 2016 Primary
RealClearPolitics - Election 2016 — Republican Delegate Count. ... Select one or
more years, states and race types, then click "Apply Filter" to see results. Arrow ...
Republicans and Independents can vote in these primaries, but Democrats can't.
... get over 10 percent in a congressional district, they each get one delega...
Our nominee will be chosen by primary voters and delegates, and each state
determines the date and format of their own primary process. To help you
Overall, Republican conventions have a much smaller number of delegates than
do the ... Each state receives 3 delegates for each congressional district in the
state. ... Senate, Republicans did have a majority in the General Assembly
through 1998 (1). ... If the state's presidential primary, caucus or convention is
FiveThirtyEight is estimating the number of delegates each major candidate
would need in each primary ... We expect Clinton to pick up more delegates in
states with higher ..... of how many delegates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders
would need in each ... Sanders does better in whiter, more liberal and more rural
Apr 13, 2016 ... (Given how much delegate rules vary from state to state, there's ... The other 81
delegates are awarded, three at a time, in each of New York's 27 congressional
districts. ... So, does Trump have a shot of getting to 50 percent?