Updated Delegate Counts for Republicans and Democrats written by Jeanine Martin April 10, 2016 UPDATED DELEGATE COUNTS FOR BOTH PARTIES: Republicans: Trump 743 Cruz 545 Kasich 143 Democrats: Clinton 1,776 Sanders 1,118 More details here. Updated Delegate Counts for Republicans and Democrats was last modified: April 13th, 2016 by Jeanine MartinLike this:Like Loading... delete counts 9 comments Jeanine Martin Also known as Lovettsville Lady, I am a Republican activist in the wilds of western Loudoun County. Your life will be better if you click one of these I am a Father December 22, 2018 “There’s no hope anymore” Redskins fan organizes... March 9, 2017 Everclear soon to be legal in Virginia March 7, 2017 Timeline of Obama’s Shadow Government March 5, 2017 Governor McAuliffe vetoes the Tebow Bill for... February 21, 2017 Speaker of the House of Delegates Bill... February 19, 2017 House defeats Frank Wagner’s transportation tax increase February 13, 2017 David Duke endorses Keith Ellison for DNC... February 13, 2017 Puneet Ahluwalia withdraws from race in 34th... February 12, 2017 Where to buy Ivanka Trump’s clothing line February 9, 2017 9 comments Isophorone April 10, 2016 at 7:21 am I was reading Cruz was up to 545. Amazing how the gap went from over 260 down to below 200 in just a couple of weeks. Reply gun_nut April 10, 2016 at 12:37 pm I think that includes pledged delegates that are not bound. Since Rubio dropped out, Cruz has gotten more than Trump. Reply Isophorone April 10, 2016 at 1:11 pm I won’t deny that. RCP had Trump at 743, Cruz at 545. Still, narrowing the gap by 60 in a couple of weeks is pretty good. Admittedly, the going may be difficult for Cruz in some of the northeastern states that have upcoming primaries. Reply gun_nut April 10, 2016 at 1:21 pm Agreed. The important thing is keeping Drumpf under about 1180, so he cannot win on the first ballot even with unbound. FiveThirtyEight predicts Trump coming in at 1182 as thinks stand now. I tend to think Cruz will win Indiana, get 20-24 delegates out of NY, and do well in CA. I predict the final bound numbers will be Drumpf 1140, Cruz 950 with Cruz winning the nom on the second ballot. Reply Isophorone April 10, 2016 at 7:48 pm See what happens in NY. If Cruz gets more than 25 or 30 delegates, Trump’s game really falls apart. I presume it also depends how much of a spoiler role Kasich plays. Apparently, NY had a change of party registration deadline of October 9, 2015. A lot of people in the Conservative Party (or even Democrats) may be in for a nasty surprise if they want to vote for Trump. It makes me wonder if the pollsters took this into account. gun_nut April 10, 2016 at 7:53 pm I believe October 9th was the first-time registration deadline and March 15 was the change of registration deadline. The Emerson poll looks like Cruz will get 14-20 delegates out of NY, and that is just fine with me. If Cruz gets 25-30, I will open bottle of wine we have been saving for an occasion. Isophorone April 11, 2016 at 7:32 am I was reading it the other way around with the registration deadlines. See http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2016/04/07/new-yorks-voter-registration-law-going-screw-donald-trump/ AmyH April 10, 2016 at 9:31 pm That 545 includes the results reported last night of CO’s state convention. Reply AmyH April 10, 2016 at 9:30 pm Nope… that is just the updated number after Colorado finished their state convention yesterday (Cruz got all 13 at-large delegates). Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.