Hil wins 4, Bern win 1, Trump cruised through Tuesday primary wins

There are 6 states that are open primaries left in this Presidential race which means independents and non-affiliated voters can choose whoever from whatever party as President. Those voters have been left out from voting in the states that hold a closed primary because they are not register to any political party. This will be interesting Presidential race come November.

State Party Election date Filing deadline Election type Open or closed Pledged delegates Unpledged delegates Total delegates
Iowa Democratic 2/1/2016 1/22/2016 Caucuses Closed 44 8 52
Iowa Republican 2/1/2016 Caucuses Closed 30 0 30
New Hampshire Democratic 2/9/2016 11/20/2015 Primary Closed 24 8 32
New Hampshire Republican 2/9/2016 11/20/2015 Primary Closed 23 0 23
Nevada Democratic 2/20/2016 1/1/2016 Caucuses Closed 35 8 43
South Carolina Republican 2/20/2016 9/30/2015 Primary Open 50 0 50
Nevada Republican 2/23/2016 1/9/2016 Caucuses Closed 30 0 30
South Carolina Democratic 2/27/2016 11/16/2015 Primary Open 53 6 59
North Dakota Republican 1/19/2016 – 2/28/2016 Caucuses Open 0 28 28
Alabama Democratic 3/1/2016 11/6/2015 Primary Closed 53 7 60
Alabama Republican 3/1/2016 11/6/2015 Primary Open 50 0 50
Alaska Republican 3/1/2016 1/28/2016 Caucuses Closed 28 0 28
American Samoa Democratic 3/1/2016 Caucuses Open 6 5 11
Arkansas Democratic 3/1/2016 11/9/2015 Primary Open 32 5 37
Arkansas Republican 3/1/2016 11/9/2015 Primary Open 40 0 40
Colorado Democratic 3/1/2016 1/25/2016 Caucuses Closed 66 12 78
Colorado Republican 3/1/2016 Caucuses Closed 34 3 37
Georgia Democratic 3/1/2016 10/29/2015 Primary Open 102 15 117
Georgia Republican 3/1/2016 Primary Open 76 0 76
Massachusetts Democratic 3/1/2016 1/4/2016 Primary Mixed 91 25 116
Massachusetts Republican 3/1/2016 1/4/2016 Primary Mixed 42 0 42
Minnesota Democratic 3/1/2016 1/4/2016 Caucuses Open 77 16 93
Minnesota Republican 3/1/2016 Caucuses Open 38 0 38
Oklahoma Democratic 3/1/2016 12/9/2015 Primary Mixed 38 4 42
Oklahoma Republican 3/1/2016 12/9/2015 Primary Closed 43 0 43
Tennessee Democratic 3/1/2016 12/1/2015 Primary Open 67 8 75
Tennessee Republican 3/1/2016 12/1/2015 Primary Open 58 0 58
Texas Democratic 3/1/2016 12/14/2015 Primary Open 222 29 251
Texas Republican 3/1/2016 12/14/2015 Primary Open 155 0 155
Vermont Democratic 3/1/2016 1/11/2016 Primary Open 16 10 26
Vermont Republican 3/1/2016 1/11/2016 Primary Open 16 0 16
Virginia Democratic 3/1/2016 12/10/2015 Primary Open 95 14 109
Virginia Republican 3/1/2016 12/10/2015 Primary Open 49 0 49
Wyoming Republican 3/1/2016 Caucuses Closed 26 3 29
Kansas Democratic 3/5/2016 3/1/2016 Caucuses Closed 33 4 37
Kansas Republican 3/5/2016 1/20/2016 Caucuses Closed 40 0 40
Kentucky Republican 3/5/2016 1/7/2016 Caucuses Closed 45 0 45
Louisiana Democratic 3/5/2016 12/4/2015 Primary Closed 51 8 59
Louisiana Republican 3/5/2016 12/4/2015 Primary Closed 47 0 47
Maine Republican 3/5/2016 12/15/2015 Caucuses Closed 23 0 23
Nebraska Democratic 3/5/2016 2/1/2016 Caucuses Closed 25 5 30
Maine Democratic 3/6/2016 12/15/2015 Caucuses Closed 25 5 30
Puerto Rico Republican 3/6/2016 1/13/2016 Primary Open 23 0 23
Hawaii Republican 3/8/2016 2/23/2016 Caucuses Closed 19 0 19
Idaho Republican 3/8/2016 12/9/2015 Primary Closed 32 0 32
Michigan Democratic 3/8/2016 12/11/2015 Primary Open 130 17 147
Michigan Republican 3/8/2016 12/11/2015 Primary Open 59 0 59
Mississippi Democratic 3/8/2016 1/15/2016 Primary Open 36 5 41
Mississippi Republican 3/8/2016 1/15/2016 Primary Open 40 0 40
Democrats Abroad Democratic 3/1/2016 – 3/8/2016 Caucuses N/A 13 4 17
Virgin Islands Republican 3/10/2016 Caucuses Open 6 3 9
Guam Republican 3/12/2016 Territorial convention Closed 0 9 9
Northern Marianas Democratic 3/12/2016 Caucuses Closed 6 5 11
Washington, D.C. Republican 3/12/2016 1/4/2016 Caucuses Closed 19 0 19
Florida Democratic 3/15/2016 11/30/2015 Primary Closed 214 32 246
Florida Republican 3/15/2016 11/30/2015 Primary Closed 99 0 99
Illinois Democratic 3/15/2016 1/6/2016 Primary Open 156 26 182
Illinois Republican 3/15/2016 1/6/2016 Primary Open 69 0 69
Missouri Democratic 3/15/2016 12/29/2015 Primary Open 71 13 84
Missouri Republican 3/15/2016 12/29/2015 Primary Open 52 0 52
North Carolina Democratic 3/15/2016 12/21/2015 Primary Mixed 107 14 121
North Carolina Republican 3/15/2016 12/21/2015 Primary Mixed 72 0 72
Northern Mariana Islands Republican 3/15/2016 Caucuses Closed 9 0 9
Ohio Democratic 3/15/2016 12/16/2015 Primary Open 143 17 160
Ohio Republican 3/15/2016 12/16/2015 Primary Open 66 0 66
American Samoa Republican 3/22/2016 Territorial convention Open 0 9 9
Arizona Democratic 3/22/2016 12/14/2015 Primary Closed 75 10 85
Arizona Republican 3/22/2016 12/14/2015 Primary Closed 58 0 58
Idaho Democratic 3/22/2016 2/25/2016 Caucuses Open 23 4 27
Utah Democratic 3/22/2016 2/5/2016 Caucuses Open 33 4 37
Utah Republican 3/22/2016 Caucuses Closed 40 0 40
Alaska Democratic 3/26/2016 1/29/2016 Caucuses Closed 16 4 20
Hawaii Democratic 3/26/2016 1/8/2016 Caucuses Closed 25 10 35
Washington Democratic 3/26/2016 2/26/2016 Caucuses Open 101 17 118
Wisconsin Democratic 4/5/2016 1/26/2016 Primary Open 86 10 96
Wisconsin Republican 4/5/2016 1/26/2016 Primary Open 42 0 42
Wyoming Democratic 4/9/2016 3/10/2016 Caucuses Closed 14 4 18
New York Democratic 4/19/2016 2/4/2016 Primary Closed 247 44 291
New York Republican 4/19/2016 2/4/2016 Primary Closed 95 0 95
Connecticut Democratic 4/26/2016 3/4/2016 Primary Closed 55 16 71
Connecticut Republican 4/26/2016 3/4/2016 Primary Closed 28 0 28
Delaware Democratic 4/26/2016 2/26/2016 Primary Closed 21 10 31
Delaware Republican 4/26/2016 2/26/2016 Primary Closed 16 0 16
Maryland Democratic 4/26/2016 2/3/2016 Primary Closed 95 23 118
Maryland Republican 4/26/2016 2/3/2016 Primary Closed 38 0 38
Pennsylvania Democratic 4/26/2016 2/16/2016 Primary Closed 189 21 210
Pennsylvania Republican 4/26/2016 2/16/2016 Primary Closed 17 54 71
Rhode Island Democratic 4/26/2016 1/23/2016 Primary Mixed 24 9 33
Rhode Island Republican 4/26/2016 1/23/2016 Primary Mixed 19 0 19
  Indiana Democratic 5/3/2016 2/5/2016 Primary Open 83 9 92
  Indiana Republican 5/3/2016 2/5/2016 Primary Open 57 0 57
  Guam Democratic 5/7/2016   Caucuses Closed 7 5 12
  Nebraska Republican 5/10/2016 3/11/2016 Primary Closed 36 0 36
  West Virginia Democratic 5/10/2016 1/30/2016 Primary Mixed 29 8 37
  West Virginia Republican 5/10/2016 1/30/2016 Primary Mixed 34 0 34
  Kentucky Democratic 5/17/2016 1/26/2016 Primary Closed 55 5 60
  Oregon Democratic 5/17/2016 3/8/2016 Primary Closed 61 13 74
  Oregon Republican 5/17/2016 3/8/2016 Primary Closed 28 0 28
  Washington Republican 5/24/2016 3/10/2016 Primary Closed 44 0 44
  Virgin Islands Democratic 6/4/2016   Caucuses Open 7 5 12
  Puerto Rico Democratic 6/5/2016 4/1/2016 Caucuses Open 60 7 67
  California Democratic 6/7/2016 3/26/2016 Primary Mixed 475 73 548
  California Republican 6/7/2016 3/26/2016 Primary Open 172 0 172
  Montana Democratic 6/7/2016 3/14/2016 Primary Open 21 6 27
  Montana Republican 6/7/2016 3/14/2016 Primary Open 27 0 27
  New Jersey Democratic 6/7/2016 4/4/2016 Primary Closed 126 16 142
  New Jersey Republican 6/7/2016 4/4/2016 Primary Closed 51 0 51
  New Mexico Democratic 6/7/2016 2/2/2016 Primary Closed 34 9 43
  New Mexico Republican 6/7/2016 2/2/2016 Primary Closed 24 0 24
  North Dakota Democratic 6/7/2016 5/2/2016 Caucuses Open 18 5 23
  South Dakota Democratic 6/7/2016 3/29/2016 Primary Mixed 20 5 25
  South Dakota Republican 6/7/2016 3/29/2016 Primary Closed 29 0 29
  Washington, D.C. Democratic 6/14/2016 3/16/2016 Primary Closed 20 26 46

And how is the turnout from the Presidential elections so far? Here is an example of the Democratic race turnout:

officialturnouttable

You can see that majority of the 11 states in the Democratic race that there is a decline of turnout of voters.

Whereas, here is a sample chart from NBC News of large turnout for GOP voters in which many  of the states voted for Trump:

nbcnewsrepublicans

 

As Sanders said in his statement after his losses to Clinton in Tuesday’s election (Sanders only won Rhode Island which was a mixed primary) that Independent voters will play a major role in November election (especially for both Democratics and Republicans). From Sanders’ statement on his website:

“I am proud that we were able to win a resounding victory tonight in Rhode Island, the one state with an open primary where independents had a say in the outcome. Democrats should recognize that the ticket with the best chance of winning this November must attract support from independents as well as Democrats. I am proud of my campaign’s record in that regard.

 

 

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