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11:13

Seeing multiple different delegate counts. Here’s the AP’s:
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10:48

Louisiana which was called for Trump early on is getting closer, at 75%
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Kentucky is 3.8 points difference, but there’s 84% in, so it looks good for Trump. CNN just called it.
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10:42

I think this is the current delegate count, this will change when Louisiana and Kentucky are finalized:
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9:59

Clinton wins Louisiana
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Sanders wins Nebraska:
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9:56

Here’s final results with the delegate count for Maine:
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9:44

With 10% in, Louisiana called win for Trump:
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Kentucky with 43% in:
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9:10

Can officially calls Maine for Cruz, here is the delegate allocation:
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Kentucky at 27%, Trump still leading:
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Louisiana Trump has double-digit lead, with 8% in:
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8:44

They adjusted the delegates awarded in Kansas:
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8:34

Bernie wins Kansas. That’ll disturb Granny:
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7:36

Decision Desk calls Maine for Cruz.
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Cruz gets 26 delegates in Kansas, Trump 11, Rubio 3, Kasich 0:
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7:30

Though delegates are doled out proportionally, many states have thresholds a candidate must reach to get any.
In Kansas, the threshold is 10%, which John Kasich has been flirting with all night as results roll in.
In Kentucky, it’s 5%, which all the candidates are above.
In Maine, it’s 10%, which Marco Rubio is failing to meet in early results. And if a candidate can pull of 50% of the vote, they take all the delegates. Early leader Ted Cruz is still several points behind that mark.
In Louisiana, 20% for some of the delegates, but there is no threshold for district delegates.

7:15

Here’s Maine at 45.5%
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Kentucky starting to come in:
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7:01

Maine reports record turnout, just like Kansas. Maine printed more ballots just so they wouldn’t run out.

6:52

With 36.4% in, Cruz is still leading in Maine by ten points:
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Kansas with 80% in, being under 10 means Kasich would get no delegates:
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6:27

Maine with 4.6% reporting:
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6:20

Republican delegates tonight:
Kansas 40
Kentucky 45
Louisiana 47
Maine 23

The distribution is proportional, except Maine if the winner gets above 50%, then it’s winner take all.

Democrats have Nebraska caucuses tonight, Republicans not until May 10

5:37 CNN just called Kansas for Cruz. Trump had been up in the polls so that was a bit of an upset. The Governor had endorsed Rubio but the crowds at the caucuses were overwhelmingly for Cruz, making it look more like a Cruz rally than a caucus.

5:30 Cruz is taking Kansas and leading in Maine.

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Some have already called Kansas for Cruz since he is up by double digits with almost 40% in. CNN says they’re waiting for Kansas City to come in before calling it, but Cruz is up by double digits in every other county.

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Numbers not in yet elsewhere.