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Photo credit: Gage Skidmore (CC-By-SA 2.0)

Original: 5:08p Updated: 2:56p 3/6/16

Note: This post will be updated periodically throughout the day.

Ted Cruz and Donald Trump split states and delegates at stake on Super Saturday where Republicans held four state elections in their presidential nomination process. Cruz won the first two states announced pulling in his 5th and 6th state victory in the Kansas Caucus and the Maine Caucus. Trump edged out Cruz in the Kentucky Caucus and Louisiana Primary bringing his total victories to 12. Cruz won more delegates than Trump.

Kansas Caucus final results with 100% precincts reporting in, there are 40 delegates at stake:

  1. Ted Cruz – 48.2% (35,207) 24 delegates (projected)
  2. Donald Trump – 23.3% (17,062) 9 delegates
  3. Marco Rubio – 16.7% (12,189) 6 delegates
  4. John Kasich – 10.7% (7,795) 1 delegate

Cruz won every congressional district. Trump placed 2nd in every district except Kansas Congressional District 3 where Rubio edged out Trump for 2nd place.

Final results from Maine with 100% reporting. There are 23 delegates at stake.

  1. Cruz – 45.9% (8,550) – 12 delegates (projected)
  2. Trump – 32.6% (6,070) – 9
  3. Kasich – 12.2% (2,270) – 2
  4. Rubio – 8.0% (1,492) – 0

Donald Trump wins the Kentucky Caucus with 100% of the precincts reporting, there are 46 delegates at stake.

  1. Trump – 35.9% (82,493) – 17 delegates (projected)
  2. Cruz – 31.5% (72,503) – 15
  3. Rubio – 16.4% (37,579) – 7
  4. Kasich – 14.4% (33,134) – 7

Donald Trump also is projected to win the Louisiana Primary with 100% of precincts reporting, there are 46 delegates at stake:

  1. Trump – 41.4% (124,818) – 18 delegates (projected)
  2. Cruz – 37.8% (113,949) – 18
  3. Rubio – 11.2% (33,804) – 5
  4. Kasich – 6.4% (19,355) – 0

Five delegates are still pending.

The total delegate count for Super Saturday is:

  1. Cruz – 69
  2. Trump – 53
  3. Rubio – 18
  4. Kasich – 10

Five delegates are still pending.

Cruz also won the CPAC Straw Poll today the results were:

  1. Cruz – 40%
  2. Rubio – 30%
  3. Trump – 15%
  4. Kasich – 8%

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3 comments
  1. On the contrary, Pattie — we are done if Trump wins. We simply cannot afford a president without morals.

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