It’s POST TIME!
Voters from both US Political parties go to the polls in 13 states to select who they think should be their parties choice to run for the job of President of this country for four years this November…
The Democrat ‘s will be just about settled in who is amassing the number of delegates needed to clinch the nomination….Bernie Sanders looks like he could only walk away with Vermont as his only win this time …..
For the Republicans it could be the same…But COULD be still up in the air for the rest of March, if not a bit longer…
Donald Trump looks like he will walk away with all of the contested states except for Texas, which looks like it will give Ted Cruz a second win…Marco Rubio is behind in Florida and is STILL searching for his first win…John Kasich and Ben Carson are also winless and despite promises to stay in the race, could be out by Wednesday morning March 2nd…
The object of the vote is to accumulate party delegate votes…
For the Democrats 4,763 inTotal….2,382 to win the nomination
For the Republicans 2,472 in Total….1, 237 to win the nomination
Here’s the state’s that are up for the voters and their number of delegates up for grabs….
Alaska — Republican Party Caucus : Number of Delegates: 28 GOP Delegates March 1, 2016
Alabama — Presidential Preference Primary and Statewide Primary Election March 1, 2016: 53 Dem and 50 GOP Delegates
Arkansas — Preferential Primary Election and Nonpartisan Election March 1, 2016: 32 Dem and 42 GOP Delegates
Colorado — Republican Party and Democratic Party Precinct Caucus Day. 66 Dem and 34 GOP Delegates
Notes: (In each even-numbered year, political parties hold their precinct caucus on the 1st Tuesday in March) March 1, 2016
Georgia — Presidential Preference Primary and Special Election March 1, 2016. Dem 102 and 76 GOP Delegates
Massachusetts — Presidential Primary March 1, 2016: 91 Dem and 42 GOP Delegates
Minnesota — Republican/Democratic caucus March 1, 2016: 77 Dem and 38 GOP Delegates
Oklahoma — Presidential Preferential Primary March 1, 2016: 38 Dem and 43 GOP Delegates
Tennessee — ELECTION DAY (Presidential Preference Primary and County Primary) March 1, 2016: 67 Dem and 58 GOP Delegates
Texas — March 1 Presidential Primary and State Primary Elections March 1, 2016: 222 Dem and 155 GOP Delegates
Virginia — Presidential Primary Election Day March 1, 2016: 96 Dem and 49 GOP Delegates
Vermont — PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY March 1, 2016: 16 Dem and 16 GOP Delegates
Wyoming — March 1, 2016 – Republican Presidential caucus March 1, 2016: 25 GOP Delegates
State’s Voting closing times….
7:00 pm ET: Georgia, Vermont, Virginia
8:00 pm ET: Alabama, Massachusetts, Minnesota (caucus), Oklahoma, Tennessee,
8:30 pm ET: Arkansas
9:00 pm ET: Texas, Colorado (Democrats caucus)
12:00 a.m. ET: Alaska
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