Tracking the ballots: How Arizona voted in the presidential preference election

Mar 22, 2016, 10:55 PM | Updated: Mar 23, 2016, 10:25 am
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PHOENIX — In case you missed it, Arizona had its say Tuesday on which candidate should represent the Democratic and Republican parties in the 2016 presidential election.

Voters faced long waits — some more than two hours — to cast a Republican ballot for Donald Trump, Ted Cruz or John Kasich, while Democrats had their choice of Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.

When all was said and done, Trump and Clinton swept the state in early votes. Trump took home the Republican party’s 58 delegates, while Clinton and Sanders split the state’s 85.

Despite the hype surrounding Tuesday’s vote, no candidate stood to seal the nomination with Arizona’s votes. However, that’s not to say the election didn’t have an impact on the race.

For a further breakdown of the votes, check out the table below.

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Tracking the ballots: How Arizona voted in the presidential preference election