Voting for primaries in Mississippi, Michigan and Idaho occurred Tuesday night, and the Hawaii caucuses are underway for the Republican presidential candidates.
Here's the latest news and below is the full GOP results.
The Latest News:
Based on analysis of the vote, ABC News projects that Donald Trump will win the Mississippi Republican primary.
Record or near-record levels of economic anxiety, support for temporarily banning Muslims from entering the country and backing for deportation of Muslims were helping Trump in Mississippi, according to exit polls.
Preliminary exit poll results indicted that six in 10 GOP voters in Mississippi were looking for a political outsider. Of them, about 70 percent voted for Trump, which is among his broadest support to date from outsider voters.
A remarkable eight out of 10 Republican voters in Mississippi said they were not just worried about the U.S. economy but are "very" worried about it. Trump won strong in this group, according to preliminary exit poll data.
Based on analysis of the vote, ABC News projects that Donald Trump will win the Michigan Republican primary.
Late deciders in Michigan voted heavily for John Kasich, but those who decided earlier went to Trump, according to exit polls.
Less-educated voters and men continued to be strong support groups for Trump, according to preliminary exit poll data.
More than half of voters in Michigan said they were looking for an "outsider," and six out of 10 of those votes went to Trump. Kasich won four out of 10 Michigan voters who preferred experience.
Based on analysis of the vote, ABC News projects that Ted Cruz will win the Idaho Republican primary.
Donald Trump wins Republican presidential caucuses in Hawaii, according to AP
Check back for results.