END OF NIGHT UPDATE — Here’s were things stand delegate wise:

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There are a mix of caucuses and one primary today. The ones we’re keeping an eye on are the Republican caucuses in Kentucky, Maine and Kansas, and the primary in Louisiana.

There are a fair number of delegates at stake, and if Cruz has a good day, he could close the 100-delegate gap with Trump:

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Because the closing times are so varied, we have a separate section and live feed for each.

Vox.com summarizes what’s happening today, for which party, and closing times:

Kentucky caucuses

Who’s voting? Just Republicans.

When do polls close? Caucuses will take place between 10 am to 4 pm local time.

Who’s expected to win? Trump, since he’s done well in nearby states and led polls.

Maine caucuses

Who’s voting? Just Republicans. (Democrats caucus tomorrow.)

When do polls close? Each of the 22 caucus sites sets its own hours, which you can check here. Some close voting as early as 12 pm Eastern, while others keep it open until 6 pm or 7 pm Eastern.

Who’s expected to win? Probably Trump, since he’s done well in the Northeast and been endorsed by the state’s governor, but there’s been no recent polling so we don’t really know.

Nebraska caucuses

Who’s voting? Just Democrats. (Republicans will vote in a primary on May 10.)

When do polls close? Each county sets its own hours, which you can check here.

Who’s expected to win? As with Kansas, this is a state Sanders could do well in. But there’s been little polling.

Louisiana primaries

Who’s voting? Both Republicans and Democrats.

When do polls close? Polls close at 9 pm Eastern.

Who’s expected to win? Given that Clinton and Trump won across the Deep South on Super Tuesday, they’re both the favorites to win in Louisiana too.

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Kansas Republican Caucus – CRUZ WINS

Results are coming in. Ted Cruz is winning big in early returns, hovering near 50%.

Kansas Caucus final results

Cruz’s margin of victory signals a big drop for Trump from the pre-Super Tuesday, pre-Fox News debate polling, which Trump led.

In the Democrat caucus, Bernie Sanders won.


Maine Republican Caucus


Kentucky Republican Caucus

Early results in KY indicate Trump is going to win comfortably, but the race has not been called yet.

The call is being held because the race has tightened dramatically and is down to under 5% as of 10:40 p.m. Eastern.


Louisiana Primary


The primary was called for Trump, but since that call it has tightened dramatically, and is down to under 5% (as of 10:40 p.m. Eastern).