Tuesday will be primary election day for Republican voters across the country. Here’s the rundown:
Which States Are Voting?
Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio will all hold primary elections on Tuesday, March 15th. The Northern Mariana Islands is also holding a caucus.
How many delegates are at stake?
A total of 367 delegates will be awarded from this week’s primaries.
North Carolina: 72
Northern Mariana Islands: 9
How are delegates awarded in each state?
Florida and Ohio award their delegates on a winner-take-all basis. They are the first primary contests this cycle to allocate all their delegates to the statewide winner.
The Northern Mariana Islands will also award 9 delegates on a winner-take-all basis.
North Carolina awards delegates proportionally based on results.
Illinois and Missouri award delegates on a hybrid of proportional and winner-take-all basis, where the statewide winner is automatically awarded a portion of total delegates.
How man delegates will have been allocated after Tuesday?
After this week’s primary results are finalized, 1460 delegates will have been allocated, with a little over 1,000 delegates still up for grabs in future contests.
Which states vote next?
Arizona and Utah vote on March 22nd. American Samoa will also hold a caucus to choose delegates, but will not hold a presidential preference vote.
Elections Election 2016