Results from the Kansas Caucuses

TOPEKA (KSNT) — The Associated Press reported that Ted Cruz has won the republican caucus in Kansas around 4:40 p.m. Full story here.

The Kansas Democratic Party declared Bernie Sanders the winner of the democratic caucus at 7:25 p.m., after 90% of districts reported.

Brownback released the following statement about the caucuses:

Today’s Kansas caucuses played an important role in the 2016 Presidential election cycle. I congratulate the winners of the caucuses, both Republican and Democrat. Turnout across the state demonstrated that Kansans understand the importance of making their voices heard. I thank everyone who organized, volunteered and participated at caucus events across the state.


The numbers from the Kansas Democratic Party say that Clinton had 10 delegates and that Bernie Sanders had 23. 40,000 people participated in the caucus.

(The numbers below are what the AP is reporting the breakdown of numbers to be at 9:54 a.m. on Sunday.)

3,479 of 3,479 precincts – 100 percent

x-Bernie Sanders, 26,450 – 68 percent

Hillary Clinton, 12,593 – 32 percent

Rocky De La Fuente, 0 – 0 percent

Martin O’Malley, 0 – 0 percent

Uncommitted, 0 – 0 percent

On March 10, the Kansas Democratic Party released the final results of their caucus. You can view them here. They also released the results by senate and congressional district. You can view those here.


(100 percent of results, according to AP, were in by 6:24 p.m. The numbers below are from 9:54 a.m. on Sunday)

3,479 of 3,479 precincts – 100 percent

x-Ted Cruz, 35,207 – 48 percent

Donald Trump, 17,062 – 23 percent

Marco Rubio, 12,189 – 17 percent

John Kasich, 7,795 – 11 percent

Ben Carson, 511 – 1 percent

Uncommitted, 242 – 0 percent

Jeb Bush, 78 – 0 percent

Carly Fiorina, 32 – 0 percent

According to the Kansas Republican Party, the number of actual votes per candidate are as follows:

Cruz: 35,207
Trump: 17,062
Rubio: 12,189
Kasich: 7,795
Carson: 511
Bush: 78
Fiorina: 32
Uncommitted: 242

There were about 6,200 provisional ballots; 3,014 absentee ballots; and 600 votes cast at the St. Louis operation. The numbers will be reviewed closely and finalized within the next couple weeks.

The Kansas Republican Caucus says that 81,000 sought to vote in the GOP caucus. They say the turnout in 2012 was about 30,000, so some locations saw an increase of 4 to 5 times their 2012 numbers.

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