Georgia, Mississippi, Washington, and Hawaii contests: Full results

WASHINGTON (AP) — Super Tuesday put former President Donald Trump within reach of clinching his third consecutive Republican presidential nomination, but it may be Republican voters in Georgia, Hawaii, Mississippi and Washington who put him over the top.

The four states have a combined 161 delegates at stake on Tuesday, and Trump will need to win the lion’s share of them in order to become the presumptive nominee. But with his main rival for the nomination, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, no longer in the race, there are no remaining obstacles in his way.

President Joe Biden officially clinched the nomination on Tuesday with a victory in Georgia. Biden will be on the primary ballots in three states on Tuesday, Georgia, Mississippi and Washington.

The AP is providing results below from all four states holding elections Tuesday night.

(Thumbnail image: A voter leaves a polling site for the presidential primary election on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, in Atlanta. AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)