33,716 ballots were cast today in Hawai‘i’s Presidential Preference Poll.
Unofficial Candidate totals are below:
Bernie Sanders 23,530 Ballots 70%
Hillary Clinton 10,125 Ballots 30%
Rocky De La Fuente 12 Ballots 0%
Martin O’Malley 6 Ballots 0%
Uncommitted 43 Ballots 0%
Based on those totals, 17 delegates were awarded to Sanders and 8 to Clinton. Here are the totals by Congressional District and county.
Delegates (% of Vote) Delegates (% of Vote)
Congressional District 1 3 Clinton (38%) / 5 Sanders (62%)
Congressional District 2 2 Clinton (25%) / 6 Sanders (75%)
At-Large Delegates 2 Clinton / 4 Sanders
Pledge PLEO 1 Clinton / 2 Sanders
“Today’s turnout is a real testament to the hard work and commitment of the Sanders and Clinton campaigns and the engagement of Hawai‘i Democrats in the presidential process,” said State Party Chair Stephanie Ohigashi. “We saw turnout today reminiscent of 2008 when Hawai‘i Democrats broke all records in the contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton,” Ohigashi said.
“I would like to thank all of the volunteers who worked so hard to make to make today successful. From Pahala to Kaumakani the Democratic Party volunteers and the Presidential campaign representatives demonstrated the very best of the Democratic Party of Hawai‘i.”
The official results will be certified by the Democratic Party of Hawai‘i State Central Committee within 20 days.