-- Kansas holds its Democratic and Republican caucuses on March 5, 2016. 37 delegates are at stake for the Democrats and 40 delegates for the Republicans.
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Why the state is significant:
Historically, Kansas has been strongly conservative in presidential elections. The state has not voted for a Democrat since 1964.
In the 2012 general election, Republican Mitt Romney garnered nearly 60 percent support in the Sunflower State, compared to 38 percent for President Obama.
The only non-Republican presidential candidates Kansas has given its electoral votes to are Populist James Weaver in 1892 and Democrats Woodrow Wilson in 1912, Franklin Roosevelt in 1936 and Lyndon Johnson in 1964.
While the state has lost some of its electoral influence as a result of a slower population growth, the state has elected the the eventual president twice in the last four election cycles: George W. Bush in 2000 and 2004.