The Green Papers
Presidential Primaries 2020
Republican Delegate Allocation

Disclaimer:
These pages contain a combination of official, unofficial, and estimated data. The information posted here is subject to change.

The delegate selection processes herein, along with any and all dates associated therewith, are unofficial and based on either (1) information obtained from either Major Party, (2) Presidential Primary dates established by currently-effective State statute, or- where the foregoing information could not be obtained- (3) the state's 2016 delegate selection process and associated dates adjusted to the corresponding dates in 2020.

Democrats

  • Democratic pledged delegate counts are determined by the jurisdiction's Presidential vote in 2008, 2012, and 2016; along with the jurisdiction's electoral vote allocation based on 2010 census for the number of electors in 2020.
  • Democratic unpledged delegate counts are determined by the number of DNC Members, Democratic Governors, Democratic U.S. House members, and Democratic U.S. Senators serving at the time of the convention. The count for DNC Members, Distinguished Party Leaders is from the 2016 Convention. The tallies of Governors, Democratic U.S. House members, and Democratic U.S. Senators are the current officeholders.
  • Democratic Bonus Delegates and penalties are not included in these delegate tallies.

Republicans

  • Republican delegate counts are based on the number of Republicans elected to the State Legislatures, Governors chairs, U.S. House seats, and U.S. Senators seats through 31 December 2019. Republican unpledged delegate counts are determined by state (or equivalent) party rules. We have assumed that the policies of 2016 will apply in 2020.
  • The Republican district delegate count is based on the number of U.S. House members each state will elect in 2020.
  • Republican penalties for violating the timing window are not included in these delegate tallies.

 
Republican Party Republican
Delegate Allocation
Sorted by Unpledged Delegate Votes
Rank (sort)
State
(sort)
Pledged
(sort)
Unpledged
(sort)
Total
Details of Allocation
1Pennsylvania34548810 base at-large / 54 re: 18 congressional districts / 3 party / 21 bonus
2North Dakota 282810 base at-large / 3 re: 1 congressional district / 3 party / 12 bonus
3Guam 996 base at-large / 3 party
4American Samoa 996 base at-large / 3 party
5Virgin Islands6396 base at-large / 3 party
6Wyoming2432710 base at-large / 3 re: 1 congressional district / 3 party / 11 bonus
7Colorado3433710 base at-large / 21 re: 7 congressional districts / 3 party / 3 bonus
8New Jersey49 4910 base at-large / 36 re: 12 congressional districts / 3 party
9Oregon28 2810 base at-large / 15 re: 5 congressional districts / 3 party
10Oklahoma42 4210 base at-large / 15 re: 5 congressional districts / 3 party / 14 bonus
11Ohio81 8110 base at-large / 48 re: 16 congressional districts / 3 party / 20 bonus
12Nebraska34 3410 base at-large / 9 re: 3 congressional districts / 3 party / 12 bonus
13New York95 9510 base at-large / 81 re: 27 congressional districts / 3 party / 1 bonus
14Nevada25 2510 base at-large / 12 re: 4 congressional districts / 3 party
15New Mexico22 2210 base at-large / 9 re: 3 congressional districts / 3 party
16New Hampshire22 2210 base at-large / 6 re: 2 congressional districts / 3 party / 3 bonus
17Utah39 3910 base at-large / 12 re: 4 congressional districts / 3 party / 14 bonus
18Puerto Rico23 2320 base at-large / 3 party
19Rhode Island19 1910 base at-large / 6 re: 2 congressional districts / 3 party
20West Virginia34 3410 base at-large / 9 re: 3 congressional districts / 3 party / 12 bonus
21Wisconsin52 5210 base at-large / 24 re: 8 congressional districts / 3 party / 15 bonus
22Washington44 4410 base at-large / 30 re: 10 congressional districts / 3 party / 1 bonus
23Vermont17 1710 base at-large / 3 re: 1 congressional district / 3 party / 1 bonus
24Virginia49 4910 base at-large / 33 re: 11 congressional districts / 3 party / 3 bonus
25Connecticut28 2810 base at-large / 15 re: 5 congressional districts / 3 party
26Texas153 15310 base at-large / 108 re: 36 congressional districts / 3 party / 32 bonus
27Tennessee56 5610 base at-large / 27 re: 9 congressional districts / 3 party / 16 bonus
28South Dakota28 2810 base at-large / 3 re: 1 congressional district / 3 party / 12 bonus
29South Carolina49 4910 base at-large / 21 re: 7 congressional districts / 3 party / 15 bonus
30North Carolina71 7110 base at-large / 39 re: 13 congressional districts / 3 party / 19 bonus
31Montana27 2710 base at-large / 3 re: 1 congressional district / 3 party / 11 bonus
32Idaho31 3110 base at-large / 6 re: 2 congressional districts / 3 party / 12 bonus
33Iowa39 3910 base at-large / 12 re: 4 congressional districts / 3 party / 14 bonus
34Hawaii19 1910 base at-large / 6 re: 2 congressional districts / 3 party
35Georgia75 7510 base at-large / 42 re: 14 congressional districts / 3 party / 20 bonus
36Florida120 12010 base at-large / 81 re: 27 congressional districts / 3 party / 26 bonus
37Delaware16 1610 base at-large / 3 re: 1 congressional district / 3 party
38District of Columbia19 1916 base at-large / 3 party
39California172 17210 base at-large / 159 re: 53 congressional districts / 3 party
40Arizona56 5610 base at-large / 27 re: 9 congressional districts / 3 party / 16 bonus
41Arkansas39 3910 base at-large / 12 re: 4 congressional districts / 3 party / 14 bonus
42Alabama49 4910 base at-large / 21 re: 7 congressional districts / 3 party / 15 bonus
43Illinois67 6710 base at-large / 54 re: 18 congressional districts / 3 party
44Indiana57 5710 base at-large / 27 re: 9 congressional districts / 3 party / 17 bonus
45Mississippi38 3810 base at-large / 12 re: 4 congressional districts / 3 party / 13 bonus
46Northern Marianas9 96 base at-large / 3 party
47Missouri53 5310 base at-large / 24 re: 8 congressional districts / 3 party / 16 bonus
48Minnesota39 3910 base at-large / 24 re: 8 congressional districts / 3 party / 2 bonus
49Michigan73 7310 base at-large / 42 re: 14 congressional districts / 3 party / 18 bonus
50Maine22 2210 base at-large / 6 re: 2 congressional districts / 3 party / 3 bonus
51Maryland37 3710 base at-large / 24 re: 8 congressional districts / 3 party
52Massachusetts40 4010 base at-large / 27 re: 9 congressional districts / 3 party
53Louisiana46 4610 base at-large / 18 re: 6 congressional districts / 3 party / 15 bonus
54Kentucky46 4610 base at-large / 18 re: 6 congressional districts / 3 party / 15 bonus
55Kansas39 3910 base at-large / 12 re: 4 congressional districts / 3 party / 14 bonus
56Alaska27 2710 base at-large / 3 re: 1 congressional district / 3 party / 11 bonus
Convention2,4131092,522560 base at-large / 1,305 re: 435 congressional districts / 168 party / 489 bonus
 
 


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