Who Won the 2016 South Carolina Primary and Nevada Caucuses?
The first-in-the-South primary and first-in-the-West caucuses take place Saturday—here's how to get the results as soon as polls close.
On Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016, the presidential primary process continues as Democrats caucus for their candidate in Nevada while Republicans get out the vote in South Carolina.
The Silver State is the nation's first state in the West to voice its opinion on the nominations; while the Palmetto State will be the first-in-the-South to do so. South Carolina's voting is open, meaning any registered voter can cast a ballot in either of the major parties' primaries (the state's Democratic primary takes place on Tues., Feb. 23).
Both states play a key role in the 2016 primary, as Nevada shows a dead-heat between Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders; and South Carolina continues the fiery race between frontrunner Donald Trump and Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio—the latter of whom just scored a key endorsement from S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley.
For live results from Saturday's Nevada caucuses, ABC News offers a live-streaming coverage of the primary and caucuses, beginning at 5 p.m. ET (below), or...
...for South Carolina, users can check the South Carolina Votes page for detailed maps and live results. Or follow along with The State newspaper's Twitter feed:
And for Nevada, check NVCaucuses.com or follow along with the Las Vegas Review-Journal's Twitter feed: