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Western Tuesday Final Results

 "Western Tuesday" has come and gone, and there weren't too many surprises. On the Republican side, Donald Trump was victorious in Arizona, and Ted Cruz won Utah. For the Democrats, Hillary Clinton won Arizona, and Bernie Sanders won Idaho and Utah.



Democratic Primary: 

  • Hillary Clinton: 
    57.6% (
    235,667 total votes, 41
  • Bernie Sanders: 39.9% (163,368 total votes, 26 delegates)

Republican Primary:

  • Ted Cruz:  24.9% (131,972 total votes, 0 delegates)
  • John Kasich: 10.0% (53,021 total votes, 0 delegates)
  • Donald Trump: 47.14% (249,842 total votes, 58 delegates) 


Democratic Caucus: 

  • Hillary Clinton: 21.2% (5,065 total votes, 5 delegates) 
  • Bernie Sanders: 78% (18,640 total votes, 17 delegates)


Democratic Caucus: 

  • Hillary Clinton: 19.8% (12,993 total votes, 5 delegates) 
  • Bernie Sanders: 79.7% (52,185 total votes, 24 delegates)

Republican Caucus:

  • Ted Cruz: 69.2% (121,946 total votes, 40 delegates)
  • John Kasich: 16.8% (29,641 total votes, 0 delegates)
  • Donald Trump: 14% (24,751 total votes, 0 delegates) 

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