New York State Results Election 2016

— -- New York holds its Democratic primary and Republican primary on April 19, 2016. 291 delegates are at stake for the Democrats and 95 delegates for the Republicans.

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Why The State Is Significant:

• New York has always been notable state in presidential politics -- it once had the largest number of electoral votes. Now that honor belongs to California.

• The Empire State has voted Democrat since 1988, electing the overall winning candidate four times: Bill Clinton in 1992 and 1996, and Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012.

• In 2008, the voter turnout beat a record high set in 1988 of 1.5 million voters, as 1.9 million voters casted their ballots.

• In 2012, then Sen. Barack Obama nabbed a win in the Empire State defeating former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, 63-35 percent.