On Tuesday, March 22, Arizona, Utah and Idaho held caucuses to vote for presidential delegates.
Arizona’s caucus finished first, selecting Donald Trump, who won all 58 Republican delegates, and Hillary Clinton, who won 41 Democratic delegates, according to The Associated Press.
Utah’s caucus results selected Ted Cruz, who won all 40 delegates at the Republican caucus, and Bernie Sanders, who won 18 delegates, at the Democratic caucus, according to the AP.
Idaho’s results showed Ted Cruz winning 20 Republican delegates and Bernie Sanders winning 17 Democratic candidates, according to the AP.
Hillary Clinton took the overall lead for the Democratic Party with 1,214 delegates, with Bernie Sanders receiving 901 delegates. Donald Trump leads in the Republican Party with 739 delegates, Ted Cruz with 465 and John Kasich with 143, according to the AP.