Tracking the 2024 Republican delegate count

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Updated Jan. 15 at 10:01 p.m.Originally published Jan. 11, 2024

From Jan. 15 through the end of June, Republican candidates for president compete to earn enough delegates to secure their party’s nomination. Here’s where the race stands now.

Delegate count



There are 2,429 total delegates available, and a candidate must win at least 1,215 to secure the nomination. Some election days have multiple state primaries happening simultaneously. A whopping 874 delegates are at stake on March 5, also know as Super Tuesday, when 16 states hold their elections.

How delegates will get allocated over the primary season

Jan. 15Jan. 15IowaMarch 5March 5Super Tues.April 23April 23June 4June 4Delegates to win1,215Delegates to win1,215Total delegates2,429Total delegates2,429All availabledelegatesAll availabledelegates

[2024 presidential election calendar]

How the delegates are distributed to the candidates depends on the rules of each state. For example, states like California allocate all of their delegates to the candidate who wins the primary (the “winner-take-all” method), while others like Iowa and New Hampshire give delegates to candidates based on their share of the vote in that state or territory (the “proportional” method).

NaN% of all delegates have not been allocated

See all delegate results below. Every state holds a primary or caucus, and so do U.S. territories like the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands and Puerto Rico.

Delegates by date

Higher share of states’ delegates

Lower share


Not allocated

Note: Guam has 9 delegates. They will be allocated at the Republican National Convention in July 2024

Janice Kai Chen contributed to this report.