With Super Tuesday wrapped up, the candidates have received the support of new delegates. See below to where they stand in the race for the nomination.
1. Hillary Clinton: 577 delegates (486 gained from Super Tuesday) plus an additional 457 superdelegates
2. Bernie Sanders: 386 delegates (321 gained from Super Tuesday) plus an additional 22 superdelegates
The nominee must win 2,383 delegates.
1. Donald Trump: 329 delegates (247 gained from Super Tuesday)
2. [crscore]Ted Cruz[/crscore]: 232 delegates (214 gained from Super Tuesday)
3. [crscore]Marco Rubio[/crscore]: 110 delegates (94 gained from Super Tuesday)
4. John Kasich: 25 delegates (19 gained from Super Tuesday)
5. Ben Carson: 8 delegates (3 gained from Super Tuesday)
The nominee must win 1,237 delegates.
Key upcoming primaries:
Michigan on March 8 has 59 delegates up for grabs on the Republican side, 148 delegates for Democrats. (RELATED: Super Tuesday 2016 Republican Results)
Florida on March 15 is winner-take-all for Republicans with 99 delegates at stake. It is awarded proportionally for the Democrats with 246 delegates available. (RELATED: Super Tuesday 2016 Democratic Results)
Missouri on March 15 is also winner-take-all for Republicans, with 52 delegates available. There will be 84 delegates awarded proportionally to the Democrats.
Ohio is another big winner-take-all on March 15 with 66 delegates available for Republicans and 159 delegates at stake for the Democrats.