"Western Tuesday" Preview

Christine Rousselle
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Posted: Mar 21, 2016 11:15 AM
"Western Tuesday" Preview

Tomorrow, March 22, is "Western Tuesday," which sees voters in Utah, Arizona, and Idaho (on the Democrat side, at least) head to the polls to decide on a candidate. Here's what to expect for tomorrow night.


Arizona:

Who is voting?

Both Republicans and Democrats are voting today, in a closed primary. A person must be a registered Republican or a registered Democrat to vote.

When are the polls open?

Polls will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., local time.

Where do I go to vote?

Click here.

What are the polls looking like?

Donald Trump has a solid lead over Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX). Hillary Clinton is up by 30 points over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

How many delegates are up for grabs?

There are 58 Republican delegates, and the winner takes them all. There are 85 Democratic delegates.


Idaho:

Who is voting?

Only the Idaho Democrats are voting today, in a closed caucus. A person must be a registered Democrat to vote.

When are the polls open?

Voters should arrive at the caucus location between 5 and 6 p.m. Mountain time.

Where do I go to vote?

Click here.

What are the polls looking like?

There hasn't been much polling in Idaho, but Sanders and Clinton are within the margin of error of each other.

How many delegates are up for grabs?

There are 27 delegates to be allocated.


Utah:

Who is voting?

Both Republicans and Democrats are voting today in a closed caucus. A person must be registered as a Republican to vote in the Republican caucus, but anyone can vote in the Democratic caucus. This is Utah's first caucus in 20 years.

When are the polls open?

Republican caucus locations open at 7:00 p.m., local time, and Democratic caucus locations open at 6:00 p.m. Votes can also be cast online in the Republican caucus.

Where do I go to vote?

Click here.

What are the polls looking like?

Cruz has a massive lead over Donald Trump on the Republican side. Over on the Democrat side, there hasn't been much polling, but Clinton is leading Sanders.

How many delegates are up for grabs?

There are 40 Republican delegates and 37 Democratic delegates. The Republican delegates are awarded proportionally.