Who's winning the race to the nomination?

To advance to the general election, presidential candidates travel the country to earn delegates awarded in each state's nominating contest. Track their progress here.

Delegate counts and calendar

Clinton Sanders Trump Cruz Rubio Kasich
Democrats Republicans
Clinton Sanders Trump Cruz Rubio Kasich
Pledged delegates 1,769 1,499 1,239 559 165 161
Superdelegates* 541 43
Delegate total 2,310 1,542 1,239 559 165 161
Feb. 1 Iowa 23 21 7 8 7 1
Feb. 9 New Hampshire 9 15 11 3 1 4
Feb. 20 Nevada 20 15
South Carolina 50 0 0 0
Feb. 23 Nevada 14 6 7 1
Feb. 27 South Carolina 39 14
March 1 Alaska 11 12 5 0
Colorado 25 41
Vermont 0 16 8 0 0 8
Georgia 73 29 42 18 16 0
Virginia 62 33 17 8 16 5
Oklahoma 17 21 13 15 12 0
Minnesota 31 46 8 13 17 0
Tennessee 44 23 33 16 9 0
Arkansas 22 10 16 15 9 0
Massachusetts 46 45 22 4 8 8
Alabama 44 9 36 13 1 0
Texas 147 75 48 104 3 0
March 5 Kentucky 17 15 7 7
Maine 9 12 0 2
Nebraska 10 15
Kansas 10 23 9 24 6 1
Louisiana 37 14 25 18 0 0
March 6 Maine 8 17
March 8 Hawaii 11 7 1 0
Idaho 12 20 0 0
Michigan 63 67 25 17 0 17
Mississippi 31 5 25 15 0 0
March 12 District of Columbia 0 0 10 9
Wyoming 1 23 1 0
March 15 Ohio 81 62 0 0 0 66
Missouri 36 35 37 15 0 0
Florida 141 73 99 0 0 0
North Carolina 60 47 29 27 6 9
Illinois 79 77 54 9 0 6
March 22 Idaho 5 18
Arizona 42 33 58 0 0 0
Utah 6 27 0 40 0 0
March 26 Alaska 3 13
Hawaii 8 17
Washington 27 74
April 5 Wisconsin 38 48 6 36 0 0
April 9 Wyoming 7 7
April 19 New York 139 108 89 0 0 6
April 26 Pennsylvania 106 83 17 0 0 0
Connecticut 28 27 28 0 0 0
Delaware 12 9 16 0 0 0
Maryland 60 35 38 0 0 0
Rhode Island 11 13 12 2 0 5
May 3 Indiana 39 44 57 0 0 0
May 10 Nebraska 36 0 0 0
West Virginia 11 18 30 0 0 1
May 17 Kentucky 28 27
Oregon 25 34 18 5 0 5
May 24 Washington 40 0 0 0
June 7 North Dakota
South Dakota
New Jersey
Montana
California
New Mexico
June 14 District of Columbia
Dem.
winner
GOP
winner
02/01 Iowa Clinton
23
Cruz
8
02/09 N.H. Sanders
15
Trump
11
02/20 Nev. Clinton
20
S.C. Trump
50
02/23 Nev. Trump
14
02/27 S.C. Clinton
39
03/01 Alaska Cruz
12
Colo. Sanders
41
Vt. Sanders
16
Trump
8
Ga. Clinton
73
Trump
42
Va. Clinton
62
Trump
17
Okla. Sanders
21
Cruz
15
Minn. Sanders
46
Rubio
17
Tenn. Clinton
44
Trump
33
Ark. Clinton
22
Trump
16
Mass. Clinton
46
Trump
22
Ala. Clinton
44
Trump
36
Texas Clinton
147
Cruz
104
03/05 Ky. Trump
17
Maine Cruz
12
Neb. Sanders
15
Kan. Sanders
23
Cruz
24
La. Clinton
37
Trump
25
03/06 Maine Sanders
17
03/08 Hawaii Trump
11
Idaho Cruz
20
Mich. Sanders
67
Trump
25
Miss. Clinton
31
Trump
25
03/12 D.C. Rubio
10
Wyo. Cruz
23
03/15 Ohio Clinton
81
Kasich
66
Mo. Clinton
36
Trump
37
Fla. Clinton
141
Trump
99
N.C. Clinton
60
Trump
29
Ill. Clinton
79
Trump
54
03/22 Idaho Sanders
18
Ariz. Clinton
42
Trump
58
Utah Sanders
27
Cruz
40
03/26 Alaska Sanders
13
Hawaii Sanders
17
Wash. Sanders
74
04/05 Wis. Sanders
48
Cruz
36
04/09 Wyo. Sanders
7
04/19 N.Y. Clinton
139
Trump
89
04/26 Pa. Clinton
106
Trump
17
Conn. Clinton
28
Trump
28
Del. Clinton
12
Trump
16
Md. Clinton
60
Trump
38
R.I. Sanders
13
Trump
12
05/03 Ind. Sanders
44
Trump
57
05/10 Neb. Trump
36
W.Va. Sanders
18
Trump
30
05/17 Ky. Clinton
28
Ore. Sanders
34
Trump
18
05/24 Wash. Trump
40
June 7 N.D.
S.D.
N.J.
Mont.
Calif.
N.M.
June 14 D.C.

* Democratic totals include "superdelegates," elected officials and other party leaders who can back whichever candidate they prefer, no matter who wins their state’s nominating contest. They represent a third of the total delegates needed to win the nomination. The totals above reflect the current stated preference of superdelegates who have sided with a candidate.

Sources: Associated Press, Times research