Democratic Primary Results

Democratic map

Total Delegates

2,383 Pledged delegates needed of Democratic nomination

  1. Clinton – 2,204 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 1,847 Delegates
Super Delegates count (super delegates can change their vote)
  1. Clinton – 561 Super delegates
  2. Sanders – 47 Super delegates

Dropped Out: Chafee, Lessig, O’Malley, Webb,

District of Columbia

14 June 2016 – 20 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 77.95% – 16 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 20.69% – 4 Delegates

South Dakota

7 June 2016 – 20 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 51.03% – 10 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 48.97% – 10 Delegates

North Dakota

7 June 2016 – 18 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 64.21% – 13 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 25.63% – 5 Delegates

New Mexico

7 June 2016 – 38 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 51.53% – 18 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 48.47% – 16 Delegates

New Jersey

7 June 2016 – 14 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 63.45% – 79 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 36.55% – 47 Delegates

Montana

7 June 2016 – 21 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 51.56% – 11 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 44.16% – 10 Delegates

California

7 June 2016 – 475 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 53.47% – 254 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 46.53% – 221 Delegates

Puerto Rico

5 June 2016 – 60 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 59.74% – 36 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 37.85% – 24 Delegates

Virgin Islands

4 June 2016 – 7 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 87.12% – 7 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 12.88% – 0 Delegates

Oregon

17 May 2016 – 61 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 56.24% – 36 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 42.06% – 25 Delegates

Kentucky

17 May 2015 – 55 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 46.76% – 28 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 46.33% – 27 Delegates

West Virginia

10 May 2016 – 29 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 51.41% – 18 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 35.84% – 11 Delegates

Guam

7 May 2016 – 7 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 59.54% – 4 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 40.46% – 3 Delegates

Indiana

3 May 2016 – 83 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 52.46% – 44 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 47.54% – 39 Delegates

Pennsylvania

26 April 2016 – 189 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 55.61% – 106 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 43.53% – 83 Delegates

Maryland

26 April 2016 – 95 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 62.53% – 60 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 33.81% – 35 Delegates

Rhode Island

26 April 2016 – 24 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 53.61% – 13 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 42.21% – 11 Delegates

Connecticut

26 April 2016 – 55 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 51.80% – 28 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 46.42% – 27 Delegates

Delaware

26 April 2016 – 21 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 59.75% – 12 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 39.15% – 9 Delegates

New York

19 April 2016 – 247 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 57.54% – 139 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 41.62% – 108 Delegates

Wyoming

9 April 2016

  1. Sanders – 55.71% – 7 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 44.29% – 7 Delegates

Wisconsin

5 April 2016

  1. Sanders – 56.59% – 48 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 43.05% – 38 Delegates

Washington State

26 March 2016

  1. Sanders – 72.72% – 74 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 27.10% – 27 Delegates

Hawaii

26 March 2016 – 25 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 71.48% – 17 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 28.35% – 8 Delegates

Alaska

26 March 2016 – 16 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 79.61% – 13 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 20.23% – 3 Delegates

Utah

22 March 2016 – 33 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 77.19% – 27 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 19.81% – 6 Delegates

Idaho

22 March 2016 – 23 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 78.04% – 18 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 21.21% – 5 Delegates

Arizona

22 March 2016 – 75 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 56.29% – 42 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 41.39% – 33 Delegates

Ohio

15 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY III) – 143 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 56.12% – 81 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 43.13% – 62 Delegates

North Carolina

15 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY III) – 107 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 54.50% – 60 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 40.86% – 47 Delegates

Missouri

15 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY III) – 71 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 49.61% – 36 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 49.36% – 35 Delegates

Illinois

15 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY III) – 156 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 50.56% – 79 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 48.61% – 77 Delegates

Florida

15 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY III) – 214 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 64.44% – 141 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 33.28% – 73 Delegates

Northern Marianas

12 March 2016 – 6 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 53.97% – 4 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 34.39% – 2 Delegates

Michigan

8 March 2016 – 130 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 49.68% – 67 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 48.46% – 63 Delegates

Mississippi

8 March 2016 – 36 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 82.47% – 31 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 16.62% – 5 Delegates

Maine

6 March 2016 – 25 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 64.17% – 17 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 35.49% – 8 Delegates

Kansas

5 March 2016 (SUPER SATURDAY II) – 33 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 67.90% – 23 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 32.10% – 10 Delegates

Louisiana

5 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY II) – 51 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 71.12% – 37 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 23.18% – 14 Delegates

Nebraska

5 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY II) – 25 Delegates

  1. Sanders -57.14% – 15 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 42.86% – 10 Delegates

Alabama

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 53 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 77.84% – 44 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 19.19% – 9 Delegates

American Samoa

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 6 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 78.35% – 4 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 25.74% – 2 Delegates

Arkansas

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 32 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 66.29% – 22 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 29.74% – 10 Delegates

Colorado

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 66 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 58.98% – 41 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 40.31% – 25 Delegates

Democrats Abroad

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 13 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 68.79% – 9 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 30.92% – 4 Delegates

Georgia

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 102 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 71.30% – 73 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 28.20% – 29 Delegates

Massachusetts

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 91 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 49.73% – 46 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 48.33% – 45 Delegates

Minnesota

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 77 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 61.15% – 46 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 38.12% – 31 Delegates

Oklahoma

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 38 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 51.88% – 21 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 41.52% – 17 Delegates

Tennessee

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 67 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 66.07% – 44 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 32.45% – 23 Delegates

Texas

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 222 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 65.19% – 147 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 33.19% – 75 Delegates

Vermont

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 16 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 85.69% – 16 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 13.56% – 0 Delegates

Virginia

1 March 2016 (SUPER TUESDAY) – 95 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 64.29% – 62 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 35.20% – 33 Delegates

South Carolina

27 February 2016 – 53 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 73.44% – 39 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 26.02% – 14 Delegates

Nevada Caucus

20 February 2016 – 35 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 52.64% – 20 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 47.29% – 15 Delegates

New Hampshire Primary

9 February 2016 – 24 Delegates

  1. Sanders – 60.14% – 15 Delegates
  2. Clinton – 37.68% – 9 Delegates
  3. O’Malley – 0.26% – 0 Delegates

Iowa Caucus

1 February 2016 – 44 Delegates

  1. Clinton – 49.84% – 23 Delegates
  2. Sanders – 49.59% – 21 Delegates
  3. O’Malley – 0.54% – 0 Delegates

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