Here are the results from the Hawaii Republican Primary and Democratic Caucus, the Alaska Republican and Democratic Caucuses and the Washington Democratic Caucus on Saturday, March 26, 2016. Republicans Ben Carson and Marco Rubio are no longer running for their party’s nomination for president.
Democrat Bernie Sanders won all 3 caucuses in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington.
Republican Ted Cruz edged out Donald Trump to win Alaska. Both picked up 14 delegates each in Alaska.
Trump won Hawaii and 11 delegates. The remaining 7 Hawaiian delegates go to Cruz and 1 delegate goes to Marco Rubio.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continue to be the Democratic and Republican party frontrunners with the most delegates.
Hawaii Democratic Caucus
Clinton 8 delegates 30.2% of the vote
Sanders 17 delegates 69.8% of the vote
Hawaii Republican Primary
Cruz 7 delegates 37.7% of the vote
Kasich 0 delegates 10.6% of the vote
Rubio 1 delegate 13.1% of the vote
Trump 11 delegates 42.4% of the vote
Alaska Democratic Caucus
Clinton 3 delegates 18.4% of the vote
Sanders 13 delegates 81.6% of the vote
Alaska Republican Caucus
Carson 0 delegates 10.9% of the vote
Cruz 14 delegates 36.4% of the vote
Kasich 0 delegates 4.1% of the vote
Rubio 0 delegates 15.1% of the vote
Trump 14 delegates 33.5% of the vote
Washington Democratic Caucus
Clinton 9 delegates 27.1% for the vote
Sanders 25 delegates 72.7% of the vote
Washington Republican Caucus will be held May 24, 2016.
Total Delegates, as of March 28, 2016
Hillary Clinton (D) 1,712 (1.243 pledged, 469 super delegates)
Bernie Sanders (D) 1,009 (975 pledge, 29 super delegates)
Super delegates can vote for any democratic presidential candidate.
Donald Trump (R) 739
Ted Cruz (R) 465
John Kasich (R) 143
Source: Associated Press
Opinion: This voter asks that all presidential candidates avoid, steer clear of any tabloid, sensational mud-slinging garbage from any source, including political action committee advertising. There are bigger issues and problems facing the United States than what is published in any tabloid publication. Move on, please and show voters you have poise, dignity, class, even a good natured sense of humor — and the temperament to be President.