Results of the 2020 Republican Party presidential primaries

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2020 Republican Party presidential primaries

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2,550[a] delegate votes (2,443 pledged and 107 unpledged) to the Republican National Convention[1]
1,276[1] delegates votes needed to win
  Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpg William Weld in 2016.jpg
Candidate Donald Trump Bill Weld
Home state Florida[2] Massachusetts
Estimated delegate count 2,043[1] 1[1]
Contests won 41[b][c] 0
Popular vote 15,533,590[1] 391,472[1]
Percentage 93.98% 2.37%

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Previous Republican nominee

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Presumptive Republican nominee

Donald Trump

Below is a detailed tally of the results of the 2020 Republican Party presidential primary elections in the United States. In most U.S. states outside New Hampshire, votes for write-in candidates remain untallied.

Primary elections and caucuses can be binding or nonbinding in allocating delegates to the respective state delegations to the Republican National Convention. But the actual election of the delegates can be at a later date. Delegates are (1) elected at conventions, (2) from slates submitted by the candidates, (3) selected by the party's state chairman or (4) at committee meetings or (5) elected directly at the party's caucuses and primaries. Until the delegates are apportioned, the delegate numbers are by nature projections, but it is only in the states with nonbinding caucuses where they are not allocated at the primary or caucus date.

Several states have decided to cancel their primaries and caucuses.[5] They cite the fact that Republicans canceled several state primaries when George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush sought a second term in 1992 and 2004, respectively; and Democrats scrapped some of their primaries when Bill Clinton and Barack Obama were seeking reelection in 1996 and 2012, respectively.[6][7] Hawaii was the only state among the cancelled races to officially appoint their pledged delegates immediately to incumbent President Donald Trump in 2019.[3]

Overview of results[edit]

Major candidates[edit]

The table below shows the four candidates that have either (a) held public office, (b) been included in a minimum of five independent national polls, or (c) received substantial media coverage. Some of the president's challengers withdrew from the race after the primaries started.[8][9][10]

Candidates Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpgDonald
Trump
William Weld in 2016.jpgBill
Weld
Rocky De La Fuente1 (2) (cropped).jpgRocky
De La Fuente
Congressman Joe Walsh, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host (cropped).jpgJoe
Walsh
Total delegates
Pledged
(unpledged/total)


Total votes
Pledged delegates (unpledged / soft total)[11]
(Total awarded: 2,044)[12]
2,043
(38 / 2,005)
80.12%
1
(0 / 1)
0.04%
0
(0 / 0)
0%
0
(0 / 0)
0%
2,443
(107 / 2,550)
(80.16% awarded)


16,528,386 votes
Popular votes[11] 15,533,590
(93.98%)
391,472
(2.37%)
85,306
(0.52%)
169,713
(1.03%)
Dec. 11, 2019 Hawaii
Cancelled binding caucuses[b]
100%
(19 delegates)
(N/A votes)
- - - 19
(0/19)
(N/A votes)
Feb. 1, 2020 Kansas
State convention[c]
100%
(39 delegates)
(N/A votes)
- - - 39
(0/39)
(N/A votes)
Feb. 3, 2020 Iowa
Proportional, binding precinct caucuses
97%
(39 delegates)
(31,421 votes)
1%
(1 delegate)
(425 votes)
listed with "Other" candidates
1%
(348 votes)
40
(0/40)
(32,345 votes)
Feb. 11, 2020 New Hampshire
Proportional, binding primary
84%
(22 delegates)
(129,734 votes)
9%
(13,844 votes)
0%
(148 votes)
1%
(838 votes)
22
(0/22)
(153,674 votes)
Feb. 22, 2020 Nevada
State central committee meeting[13]
100%
(25 delegates)
(N/A votes)
- - - 25
(0/25)
(N/A votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Alabama
Proportional, binding primary
96%
(50 delegates)
(696,832 votes)
2%
(10,978 votes)
50
(0/50)
(724,222 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Arkansas
Proportional, binding primary
97%
(40 delegates)
(238,980 votes)
2%
(5,216 votes)
1%
(1,848 votes)
- 40
(0/40)
(246,044 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 California
Proportional, binding primary
92%
(172 delegates)
(2,279,086 votes)
3%
(66,904 votes)
1%
(24,351 votes)
3%
(64,749 votes)
172
(0/172)
(2,471,580)
Mar. 3, 2020 Colorado
Proportional, binding primary
92%
(37 delegates)
(628,876 votes)
4%
(25,698 votes)
2%
(13,072 votes)
37
(0/37)
(681,623 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Maine
Proportional, binding primary
84%
(22 delegates)
(95,360 votes)
- - - 22
(0/22)
(113,728 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Massachusetts
Proportional, binding primary
86%
(41 delegates)
(239,115 votes)
9%
(25,425 votes)
0%
(675 votes)
1%
(3,008 votes)
41
(0/41)
(277,002 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Minnesota
Proportional, binding primary
98%
(39 delegates)
(137,275 votes)
- - - 39
(0/39)
(140,555 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 New York
Cancelled, binding primary
100%
(94 delegates)
(N/A votes)
94
(0/94)
(N/A votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 North Carolina
Proportional, binding primary
94%
(71 delegates)
(750,600 votes)
2%
(15,486 votes)
2%
(16,356 votes)
71
(0/71)
(802,527 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Oklahoma
Proportional, binding primary
93%
(43 delegates)
(273,738 votes)
1%
(2,466 votes)
4%
(10,996 votes)
43
(0/43)
(295,601 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Tennessee
Proportional, binding primary
97%
(58 delegates)
(384,266 votes)
1%
(3,922 votes)
1%
(4,178 votes)
58
(0/58)
(398,314 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Texas
Proportional, binding primary
94%
(155 delegates)
(1,898,664 votes)
1%
(15,824 votes)
0%
(7,563 votes)
1%
(14,772 votes)
155
(0/155)
(2,017,167 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Utah
Proportional, binding primary
88%
(40 delegates)
(302,751 votes)
7%
(23,652 votes)
- 2%
(7,509 votes)
40
(0/40)
(344,852 votes)
Mar. 3, 2020 Vermont
Proportional, binding primary
86%
(17 delegates)
(33,984 votes)
10%
(3,971 votes)
1%
(341 votes)
17
(0/17)
(39,291 votes)
Mar. 10, 2020 Idaho
Proportional, binding primary
94%
(32 delegates)
(112,373 votes)
2%
(2,486 votes)
1%
(637 votes)
2%
(2,341 votes)
32
(0/32)
(118,958 votes)
Mar. 10, 2020 Michigan
Proportional, binding primary
94%
(73 delegates)
(640,522 votes)
1%
(6,099 votes)
- 1%
(4,067 votes)
73
(0/73)
(683,431 votes)
Mar. 10, 2020 Mississippi
Proportional, binding primary
99%
(40 delegates)
(241,985 votes)
1%
(2,311 votes)
0%
(1,085 votes)
- 40
(0/40)
(245,381 votes)
Mar. 10, 2020 Missouri
Proportional, binding primary
97%
(54 delegates)
(301,953 votes)
1%
(2,171 votes)
- 1%
(2,015 votes)
54
(0/54)
(311,793 votes)
Mar. 10, 2020 Washington
Proportional, binding primary
98%
(43 delegates)
(684,239 votes)
43
(0/43)
(695,275 votes)
Mar. 17, 2020 Florida
Proportional, binding primary
94%
(122 delegates)
(1,162,984 votes)
3%
(39,319 votes)
1%
(12,172 votes)
2%
(25,464 votes)
122
(0/122)
(1,239,939 votes)
Mar. 17, 2020 Illinois
Proportional, binding primary
96%
(67 delegates)
(510,044 votes)
- 4%
(20,966 votes)
- 67
(0/67)
(531,010 votes)
Apr. 7, 2020 Wisconsin
Proportional, binding primary
98%
(52 delegates)
(616,782 votes)
52
(0/52)
(630,198)
Apr. 24, 2020 [14] North Dakota
State convention
100%
(29 delegates)
(N/A votes)
- - - 0
(29/29)
(N/A votes)
Apr 28, 2020 Ohio
Proportional, binding primary
100%
(82 delegates)
(560,236 votes)
- - - 82
(0/82)
(N/A votes)
May 1, 2020 Virginia
State convention
100%
(48 delegates)
(N/A votes)
48
(0/48)
(N/A votes)
May 12, 2020 Nebraska
Proportional, binding primary
91%
(36 delegates)
(237,039 votes)
9%
(22,024 votes)
36
(0/36)
(N/A votes)
[15]
May 19, 2020 Oregon
Proportional, binding primary
100%
(28 delegates)
(295,769 votes)
28
(0/28)
(N/A votes)
June 2, 2020 Maryland
Proportional, binding primary
- - - - 38
(0/38)
(N/A votes)
June 2, 2020 Pennsylvania
Proportional, binding primary
34
(54/88)
(N/A votes)
June 2, 2020 Rhode Island
Proportional, binding primary
94.4%
(6,031 votes)
3%
(192 votes)
0.6%
(40 votes)
- 19
(0/19)
(N/A votes)
June 2, 2020 Montana
Proportional, binding primary
27
(0/27)
(N/A votes)
June 2, 2020 New Mexico
Proportional, binding primary
22
(0/22)
(N/A votes)
June 2, 2020 South Dakota
Proportional, binding primary
29
(0/29)
(N/A votes)
June 2, 2020 Indiana
Proportional, binding primary
92.22%
(449,543 votes)
7.78%
(38,068 votes)
- 58
(0/58)
(N/A votes)
May 9, 2020 Arizona
State convention
- - - - 57
(0/57)
(N/A votes)
June 9, 2020 West Virginia
Proportional, binding primary
- - - - 35
(0/35)
(N/A votes)
July 7, 2020 New Jersey
Proportional, binding primary
- - - 49
(0/49)
(N/A votes)
July 7, 2020 Delaware
Proportional, binding primary
- - 16
(0/16)
(N/A votes)
June 8, 2020 Puerto Rico
Proportional, binding primary
- - - 23
(0/23)
(N/A votes)
June 23, 2020 Kentucky
Proportional, binding primary
- - - 46
(0/46)
(N/A votes)
July 11, 2020 Louisiana
Proportional, binding primary
- - - 46
(0/46)
(N/A votes)
Aug. 11, 2020 Connecticut
Proportional, binding primary
- - - 28
(0/28)
(N/A votes)
Legend:   1st place
(popular vote)
2nd place
(popular vote)
3rd place
(popular vote)
Candidate has
withdrawn
Candidate unable to
appear on ballot

On the ballot in one or more states[edit]

The following other candidates are listed by the number of states that they are on the ballot.

National popular vote totals for other candidates
Candidate Votes[11] No. states on ballot
Uncommitted, "write-ins", errors, and other non-votes[16][17] 206,920 Several†
Matthew John Matern 37,290 9 (CA, CO, ID, MO, NH, OK, TX, UT, WV)
Bob Ely 9,480 7 (ID, MO, NH, OK, TX, UT, WV)
Zoltan Istvan 14,291 5 (CA, CO, NH, OK, TX)
Robert Ardini 20,293 4 (CA, CO, NH, UT)
Mark Sanford 4,258 1 (MI)
Mary Maxwell 929 1 (NH)
Eric Merrill 524 1 (NH)
William N. Murphy 447 1 (NH)
Stephen B. Comley, Sr. 202 1 (NH)
Rick Kraft 109 1 (NH)
Juan Payne 83 1 (NH)
President R. Boddie 72 1 (NH)
Larry Horn 65 1 (NH)
Star Locke 66 1 (NH)

†Several states provide the number of write-in votes without specifying who they're for.

Results[edit]

As President Trump is running unopposed in several state primaries, and caucuses have been canceled to grant him binding delegations by fiat, only contested elections will be listed below.

Early states[edit]

Iowa[edit]

The Iowa Republican caucus was held on February 3, 2020.

county
Counties won by these popular vote results
congressional district
Congressional districts won by these popular vote results
2020 Iowa Republican caucuses[18][19]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 31,464 97.1 39
William Weld 426 1.3 1
Joe Walsh 348 1.1 0
Other 151 0.5 0
Total 32,389 100% 40


New Hampshire[edit]

The New Hampshire Republican primary took place on February 11, 2020. Traditionally, the top three or four candidates of the other major party receive a large number of write-in votes.

county
County won by these popular vote results:
  Trump—85–90%
  Trump—80–85%
congressional district
Congressional district won by these popular vote results:
  Trump—80–85%
2020 New Hampshire Republican primary[20][21]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 129,734 84.4 22
Bill Weld 13,844 9.0 0
Pete Buttigieg (write in) 1,116 0.7 0
Amy Klobuchar (write in) 1,076 0.7 0
Mary Maxwell 929 0.6 0
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 838 0.5 0
Mike Bloomberg (write in) 801 0.5 0
Bernie Sanders (write in) 753 0.5 0
Mitt Romney (write in) 632 0.4 0
Scattered write-ins 537 0.3 0
Eric Merrill 524 0.3 0
William N. Murphy 447 0.3 0
Tulsi Gabbard (write in) 369 0.2 0
Joe Biden (write in) 330 0.2 0
Matthew John Matern 268 0.2 0
Stephen B. Comley 202 0.1 0
Tom Steyer (write in) 191 0.1 0
Andrew Yang (write in) 162 0.1 0
Elizabeth Warren (write in) 157 0.1 0
Rocky De La Fuente 148 0.1 0
Rick Kraft 117 0.1 0
Juan Payne 83 0.1 0
President R. Boddie 72 0.1 0
Robert Ardini 77 0.1 0
Bob Ely 68 0.0 0
Larry Horn 65 0.0 0
Star Locke 66 0.0 0
Zoltan Istvan 56 0.0 0
Total 153,654 100% 22

Super Tuesday (March 3, 2020)[edit]

Super Tuesday began with the start of early voting in Minnesota on January 17, 2020, followed by Vermont the following day. By the end of February, all 14 states holding primaries had a substantial number of votes already cast.

In Minnesota and Maine, the president ran unopposed.

Alabama[edit]

Former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld challenged incumbent president Donald Trump in the Republican primary in Alabama.[22] Trump received over 95% of the vote.

2020 Alabama Republican primary[23]
Candidate Popular vote Delegates[24]
Count Percentage
America Symbol.svg Donald Trump 695,469 96.22% 50
Bill Weld 10,962 1.52% 0
Uncommitted 16,378 2.27% 0
Total 722,809 100% 50

Arkansas[edit]

The following candidates are on the ballot.[25]

Arkansas Republican Party presidential primary, 2020[26]
Candidate Popular vote Delegates
Count Percentage
America Symbol.svg Donald Trump 238,980 97.13% 40
Bill Weld 5,216 2.12% 0
Rocky De La Fuente 1,848 0.75% 0
Total 246,044 100% 40

California[edit]

2020 California Republican primary[27]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 2,279,120 92.2% 172
Bill Weld 66,904 2.7%
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 64,749 2.6%
Rocky De La Fuente 24,351 1.0%
Matthew John Matern 15,469 0.6%
Robert Ardini 12,857 0.5%
Zoltan Istvan 8,141 0.3%
Total 2,471,591 100%

Colorado[edit]

2020 Colorado Republican primary[28][29]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates[30]
Donald Trump 628,876 92.26 37
Bill Weld 25,698 3.77
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 13,072 1.92
Matthew John Matern 7,239 1.06
Robert Ardini 3,388 0.50
Zoltan Istvan 3,350 0.49
Total 681,623 100% 37

Massachusetts[edit]

2020 Massachusetts Republican primary[31]
Candidate Popular vote Delegates
Count Percentage
America Symbol.svg Donald Trump 239,115 86.32 41
Bill Weld 25,425 9.18 0
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 3,008 1.09 0
Rocky De La Fuente 675 0.24 0
No Preference 4,385 1.58 0
Blank ballots 2,242 0.81 0
All Others 2,152 0.78 0
Total 277,002 100% 41

North Carolina[edit]

2020 North Carolina Republican primary[32]
Candidate Popular vote Delegates[33]
Count Percentage
America Symbol.svg Donald Trump 750,600 93.53% 71
Joe Walsh 16,356 2.04% 0
Bill Weld 15,486 1.93% 0
No Preference 20,085 2.50% 0
Total 802,527 100% 71

Oklahoma[edit]

Trump won the state in a landslide victory against his five opponents.

2020 Oklahoma Republican primary[34][35]
Candidate Popular vote Delegates[36]
Count Percentage
America Symbol.svg Donald Trump 273,738 92.60% 43
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 10,996 3.72% 0
Matthew Matern 3,810 1.29% 0
Bob Ely 3,294 1.11% 0
Rocky De La Fuente 2,466 0.83% 0
Zoltan Istvan 1,297 0.44% 0
Total 295,601 100% 43

Tennessee[edit]

Incumbent United States President Donald Trump was challenged by two candidates: former congressman Joe Walsh of Illinois, and former governor Bill Weld of Massachusetts.[37] Walsh withdrew from the race prior to the primary. There was also an uncommitted option on the ballot. Trump won the state in a landslide victory over Walsh and Weld.

2020 Tennessee Republican primary[38]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 384,266 96.47 58
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 4,178 1.05 0
Bill Weld 3,922 0.98 0
Uncommitted 5,948 1.49 0
Total 398,314 100% 58

Texas[edit]

Texas Republican Party presidential primary, 2020[39]
Candidate Popular vote Delegates
Count Percentage
America Symbol.svg Donald Trump 1,898,664 94.13% 117
Uncommitted 71,803 3.56% 0
Bill Weld 15,739 0.78% 0
Joe Walsh 15,824 0.78% 0
Rocky De La Fuente 7,563 0.38% 0
Bob Ely 3,582 0.37% 0
Matthew Matern 3,525 0.18% 0
Zoltan Istvan 1,447 0.07% 0
Total: 2,017,167 100% 155

Utah[edit]

2020 Utah Republican primary[40][41][42]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 302,751 87.79% 40
Bill Weld 23,652 6.86%
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 7,509 2.18%
Matthew John Matern 5,751 1.67%
Robert Ardini 3,971 1.15%
Bob Ely 1,218 0.35%
Total 344,852 100% 40

Vermont[edit]

2020 Vermont Republican primary[43]
Candidate Votes % Delegates[44]
Donald Trump 33,984 86.49 17
Bill Weld 3,971 10.11 0
Rocky De La Fuente 341 0.87 0
Write-ins 480 1.22 0
Overvotes 37 0.09 0
Blank votes 478 1.22 0
Total 39,291 100% 17

March 10[edit]

Idaho[edit]

Incumbent United States President Donald Trump was challenged by five candidates: businessman and perennial candidate Rocky De La Fuente of California, entrepreneur and investor Bob Ely of Massachusetts, entrepreneur and attorney Matthew Matern of Louisiana, former congressman Joe Walsh of Illinois, and former governor Bill Weld of Massachusetts. Walsh withdrew from the race prior to the primary.

2020 Idaho Republican primary[45][46]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 112,373 94.46% 32
Bill Weld 2,486 2.09%
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 2,341 1.97%
Matthew John Matern 647 0.54%
Rocky De La Fuente 637 0.54%
Bob Ely 474 0.40%
Total 118,311 100% 32

Michigan[edit]

Incumbent United States President Donald Trump was challenged by three candidates: former governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina, former congressman Joe Walsh of Illinois, and former governor Bill Weld of Massachusetts. Sanford and Walsh both withdrew prior to the primary. Michigan is the only primary state where Sanford's name remained on the ballot.[47]

2020 Michigan Republican primary[48]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 639,498 93.9% 73
Uncommitted 25,966 4.0%
Bill Weld 5,711 0.9%
Mark Sanford (withdrawn) 3,991 0.6%
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 3,845 0.6%
Total 642,567 100% 73

Mississippi[edit]

Incumbent United States President Donald Trump was challenged by two candidates: businessman and perennial candidate Rocky De La Fuente of California, and former governor Bill Weld of Massachusetts.[49]

2020 Mississippi Republican primary[50]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 240,127 98.6% 40
Bill Weld 2,292 0.9%
Rocky De La Fuente 1,079 0.4%
Total 243,498 100% 40

Missouri[edit]

2020 Missouri Republican primary[51]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 301,599 96.8% 54
Uncommitted 4,176 1.4%
Bill Weld 2,148 0.7%
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 2,002 0.6%
Bob Ely 847 0.3%
Matthew John Matern 607 0.2%
Total 311,793 100% 54

March 17[edit]

Florida[edit]

2020 Florida Republican primary[52][53]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates
Donald Trump 1,162,984 93.79 122
Bill Weld 39,319 3.17
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 25,464 2.05
Rocky De La Fuente 12,172 0.98
Total 1,239,939 100% 122

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The overall number of pledged delegates is subject to change, as possible penalty/bonus delegates (awarded for each states' scheduled election date and state party gains/losses in the 2019 elections) are also not yet included.[1]
  2. ^ a b Because Trump was the only candidate to declare for its ballot by the deadline, the Hawaii Republican Party automatically awarded its national pledged delegates to him on December 11, 2019.[3]
  3. ^ a b Kansas' state committee, at the state convention, passed a resolution binding its delegates to Trump on February 1, 2020.[4]

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