The second stop on the 2016 campaign trail was New Hampshire, where voters cast ballots in more than 200 towns across the state. More coverage »
Donald Trump was swept to victory by big margins in rural and urban areas
Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton by winning the southeastern urban areas she carried in 2008.
* The Associated Press is not reporting results from more than 20 towns with five or fewer people registered to cast a ballot.
How delegates are awarded: The New Hampshire Democrats have 24 pledged delegates, allocated to the candidates proportionally by district and statewide vote. The New Hampshire Republicans have 23 pledged delegates allocated proportionally by statewide vote alone.
Source: Associated Press