Update 3/5 6:15 pm est: Politico is reporting that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is the winner of Kansas with 50.6% of the vote. Donald Trump was second with 24.6% of the vote, and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) was third with 16.7%.

Kansas: Republican, 97.2% reported. Delegates Allocated: 23/40

In Maine, Cruz is leading with 48%. Trump is at 35%.

Update 3/5 7:07 pm est: In Maine, Cruz is leading at 43%. Trump is at 36.6%.

Update 3/5 7:31 pm est: In Kentucky. Republican, 3% reported. Delegates Allocated: 0/46

So far, Trump has 42.5% of the vote. Cruz (R-TX) is second with 33.5% of the vote, and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is third with 12.9%.

Update 3/5 7:31 pm est: In Maine. Republican, 9.1% reported. Delegates Allocated: 0/23.

So far, Cruz (R-TX) is leading at 43% of the vote. Trump is second with 36.6% of the vote, and John Kasich (R-Ohio.) is third with 11.1%.

Update 3/5 8:02 pm est: Polls closed in Kentucky, Maine and Kansas.

Update 3/5 9:02 pm est: FoxNews is reporting that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is the winner of Maine with 45.9% of the vote. Donald Trump was second with 32.6% of the vote, and John Kasich (R-Ohio.) is third with 12.2%.

Update 3/5 9:07 pm est: FoxNews is reporting that Bernie Sanders (D-VT) is the winner of Nebraska with 54.8% of the vote. Hillary Clinton (D) with 45.2% of the vote.

Update 3/5 9:12 pm est: FoxNews is reporting that Donald Trump (R) is leading in Louisiana with 46% of the vote. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is 24% and Marco Rubia (R-FL) is third with 20%.

Update 3/5 9:24 pm est: Hillary Clinton (D) has won the Louisiana Democratic primary, according to a CNN projection. Clinton with 70.7% of the vote. Sanders with 21.7% of the vote.
Update 3/5 9:24 pm est: Bernie Sanders (D-VT) is the winner of Kansas.

Update 3/5 9:35 pm est: FoxNews reports Donald Trump (R) wins Louisiana. Donald Trump (R) 47.7%, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is 23.5% and Marco Rubia (R-FL) is third with 19.3%.

Update 3/5 9:36 pm est: In Kentucky Donald Trump (R) wins 35.9% of the vote. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is second with 31.6% of the vote, and Marco Rubio (R-FL) is third with 16.4% Politico reports. 

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