Marco Rubio Wins Republican Caucuses in Washington D.C.

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Marco Rubio has won the Republican caucuses in Washington D.C., according to the Associated Press.

Polls closed there at 9 p.m. ET.

With 100 percent of the precincts reporting, Rubio garnered 37 percent of the vote, John Kasich got 36 percent, Donald Trump 14 percent and Ted Cruz 12 percent.

Republican voters also selected their choice for the presidential nomination in Wyoming and Guam today.

Guam (territorial conventions)

There was no declared winner in the Guam Republican caucus, according to the party’s executive director. No presidential preference vote took place.

Of its nine delegates, six were directly elected today and will caucus in the next several weeks to determine who they support. The remaining three delegates are Republican National Committee members.

Wyoming (county conventions)

Wyoming held county conventions but no winner will be declared there until April.