-- Alaska held its Republican caucuses on March 1, 2016 and its Democratic caucuses on March 26, 2016. 28 delegates were at stake for the Republicans and 20 delegates for the Democrats.
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Why The State Is Significant:
• Alaskans like to point out that the number of delegates that were stake in the GOP caucuses -- 28 -- is just two shy of the number that were at stake in the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses.
• Alaska was also the only Western state in the Super Tuesday group and has more than 136,000 registered Republicans.
• In Alaska, the state Republican Party refers to the nominating contest not as a caucus, but instead as a Presidential Preference Poll.
• In 2016, Ted Cruz defeated Donald Trump in the Republican caucuses, but by a narrow margin. Each candidate came away with 14 delegates.