Republican delegate count and future primaries

Great website below tracks the delegates for the Republican nomination:

The delegate race

There are 2,286 delegates up for grabs. A candidate needs 1,144 to win the GOP presidential nomination.

Total delegates won, by candidate
Delegates needed: 1,144
 
 
 
Romney
 
20
Santorum
 
12
Paul
 
3
Huntsman
 
2
Perry
 
0
Gingrich
 
0
 
Delegates by state

 

Date
State /
Territory

Gingrich

Huntsman

Paul

Perry

Romney

Santorum
Delegate Allocation
Jan. 3
0
0
0
0
13
12
Non-binding
Jan. 10
0
2
3
0
7
0
Proportional
Jan. 21
25 delegates at stake
Winner take all
Jan. 31
50 delegates at stake
Winner take all
Feb. 4
28 delegates at stake
Proportional
Feb. 7
36 delegates at stake
Non-binding
Feb. 7
40 delegates at stake
Non-binding
Feb. 11
24 delegates at stake
Non-binding
Feb. 28
29 delegates at stake
Winner take all
Feb. 28
30 delegates at stake
Hybrid proportional
March 3
43 delegates at stake
Non-binding
March 6
27 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 6
76 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 6
32 delegates at stake
Non-binding
March 6
41 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 6
28 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 6
Ohio
66 delegates at stake
Hybrid proportional
March 6
43 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 6
58 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 6
17 delegates at stake
Hybrid proportional
March 6
49 delegates at stake
Hybrid proportional
March 10
Kan.
40 delegates at stake
Hybrid proportional
March 10
Virgin I.
9 delegates at stake
Direct election
March 10
29 delegates at stake
Non-binding
March 13
Ala.
50 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 13
Am. Sam.
9 delegates at stake
Direct election
March 13
Hawaii
20 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 13
Miss.
40 delegates at stake
Proportional
March 17
52 delegates at stake
Non-binding
March 18
P.R.
23 delegates at stake
Winner take all
March 20
Ill.
69 delegates at stake
Direct election
March 24
La.
46 delegates at stake
Proportional
April 3
D.C.
19 delegates at stake
Winner take all
April 3
Md.
37 delegates at stake
Winner take all
April 3
155 delegates at stake
Proportional
April 3
Wis.
42 delegates at stake
Winner take all
April 24
Conn.
28 delegates at stake
Proportional
April 24
Del,
17 delegates at stake
Winner take all
April 24
N.Y.
95 delegates at stake
Proportional
April 24
Penn.
72 delegates at stake
Direct election
April 24
R.I.
19 delegates at stake
Proportional
May 8
Ind.
46 delegates at stake
Hybrid winner take all
May 8
N.C.
55 delegates at stake
Proportional
May 8
W. Va.
31 delegates at stake
Direct election
May 15
Neb.
35 delegates at stake
Advisory
May 15
Ore.
28 delegates at stake
Proportional
May 22
Ark.
36 delegates at stake
Proportional
May 22
Ky.
45 delegates at stake
Proportional
June 5
Calif.
172 delegates at stake
Winner take all
June 5
Mont.
26 delegates at stake
Non-binding
June 5
N.J.
50 delegates at stake
Winner take all
June 5
N.M.
23 delegates at stake
Proportional
June 5
S.D.
28 delegates at stake
Proportional
June 26
Utah
40 delegates at stake
Winner take all
June 30
Guam
9 delegates at stake
Direct election
July 31
N. Mar.
9 delegates at stake
Direct election
 
 

SOURCE: AP; Staff reports; GRAPHIC: Sisi Wei, Dan Keating, Karen Yourish and Aaron Blake, The Washington Post. Published Jan. 11, 2012.

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