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Total Results - South Carolina

Home State Political Party Popular Vote Delegates
ptyDonald TrumpNew York Republican3 42.86% 50 100.0%
ptyMarco RubioFlorida Republican2 28.57% 0 0.0%
ptyJeb BushFlorida Republican1 14.29% 0 0.0%
ptyRand PaulKentucky Republican1 14.29% 0 0.0%

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Election Information

Note: State primary and caucus election information is still preliminary. Info below may be incorrect
Method to Apportion Delegates: State-run Primary
Election Date2016-02-20
Eligible Participants: Open (all voters)
Delegates Awarded in this Contest: 50
Delegates Total: 50
Method of Awarding Delegates: Winner-take-all - the candidate receiving the highest number of votes receives all the delegates Note: generally, delegates are split into smaller groups to be awarded by congressional district and statewide (aka 'At Large'). This level of detail is omitted here - all delegates are awarded as if they are 'At Large'.

Voting Statistics

Democrats Republicans Independents Libertarians Other
Total: Total: 4 Total: 2 Total: Total: 1
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Note: The Primary Mock Election is being run as an open primary - meaning that anyone from any party may vote in the Republican primary. In reality, each state has different rules - see individual state pages for voter eligibility rules. Like the real election, the Mock election only allows the voter to cast a ballot in only one party primary.

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