LIST: 'Super Tuesday' primary results--Trump, Clinton win big

Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump holds a plane-side rally in a hanger at Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport in Vienna, Ohio, Monday, March 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Primary voters in five states headed to the polls Tuesday to make their choices for the 2016 Republican and Democratic presidential nominations.

Results were expected Tuesday night from Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Illinois, and Missouri.

Here is a list of winners so far:

Florida--Donald Trump has won the Florida Republican primary, receiving all 99 of the state's delegates and defeating home-state Sen. Marco Rubio. Rubio has now suspended his campaign. Hillary Clinton has defeated Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary.

North Carolina--CNN is projecting Hillary Clinton will win the Democratic primary. Donald Trump has won the Republican North Carolina primary.

Ohio--CNN is projecting that Ohio Governor John Kasich has won his home state primary, where he has said he needed a victory in order to stay in the race. The Associated Press is projecting Clinton will win the Ohio Democratic primary.

Illinois--Donald Trump has been projected by CNN as the winner of the Illinois Republican primary. CNN is now projecting that Clinton will win the Democratic primary, leading Sanders by 36,000 votes with 96 percent of votes counted.

Missouri--The margins in the races between Republicans Donald Trump and Ted Cruz and Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are less than one-half of 1 percentage point. That means the losing candidate can request a recount. As such, The Associated Press will not call either the race at this time.

Northern Mariana Islands caucus--Donald Trump won 9 delegates in the Pacific islands early Tuesday morning. The Democratic caucus, won by Hillary Clinton, was held Saturday.


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