Donald Trump is still the front runner in this race, as of March 8, with 461 pledged delegates. Ted Cruz is at a strong second with 360 pledged delegates. In third, Marco Rubio is at 154 pledged delegates with John Kasich coming in last place with 54 delegates.
Candidates are going to be looking to win big on March 15 with Florida (99 delegates), Illinois (69 delegates), Missouri (52 delegates), North Carolina (72 delegates), and Ohio (66 delegates).
In the meantime, the Virgin Islands Republican Caucus is March 10 with 9 G.O.P. Delegates. On March 12 the District of Columbia Republican Convention (19 delegates), Guam Republican Convention (9 delegates), and the Wyoming Republican Convention (29 delegates) will be holding their Republican primaries.
On the Democratic side, Hilary Clinton is winning with 766 delegates and 472 super delegates, totaling to 1,238. Bernie Sanders is coming behind with 549 delegates and only 23 super delegated with a grand total of 572. On March 15, the candidates will also be hoping to come out on top with Florida (214 delegates), Illinois (156 delegates), Missouri (71 delegates), North Carolina (107 delegates), and Ohio (143 delegates).
On March 12 the Northern Mariana Islands Democratic Convention will be voting to decide which candidate will receive the 11 delegates.