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legislators Ron DeSantis and Chris Christie, as well as South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, were in the fight for the nomination until recently when they announced the suspension of their campaigns.

In previous primaries throughout the nation, Trump has come out on top, winning between 51%-55% of the vote in New Hampshire and Iowa. Haley earned 43% of the vote in New Hampshire, and split the vote for 19% of the ballots cast in the Iowa Republican primary. In Nevada, Trump swept the competition, earning 99.1% of the total votes, and Binkley followed, taking home 0.9% of the state vote.

The South Carolina Republican Caucus voted to give Trump 94% of its support, while Haley earned 6% of the vote as she carried one of the state’s seven congressional districts.

In total, of the 1,215 delegate votes needed to secure the nomination, Trump has collected 122 delegate votes, while Haley has so far amassed 24 delegate votes.

As for the Democratic Party, President Joe Biden, U.S. Representative Dean Phillips (Minnesota), and author/speaker Marianne Williamson are vying for the nomination.

In the Presidential Preference Primary in New Hampshire, Biden swept the race, earning 66.8% of the party’s vote, while Phillips trailed with 19.6%, and Williamson took home 4%. In the recent Nevada Democratic Presidential Preference Primary, Biden won a landslide victory, garnering 89.3% of the votes.

In South Carolina, the state Democratic Caucus voted to award all 55 available delegates to Biden. He has a shutout lead, as he has garnered 200 of the needed 1,910 delegate votes to secure the nomination, while his competitors have collected none.

The polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Tuesday within each county, as voters travel to their assigned precinct to cast their ballots. To find out your precinct location, visit or call your local Board of Elections and Registrar’s office.

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