Polls have been closed about an hour in Missouri and only 24 of 3041 precincts have reported in.
Here are the very early results based on results reported by the Secretary of State’s office:
On the Democratic ticket, Hillary Clinton has received more than 64-percent of the roughly 13,000 votes cast. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has about 33-percent. They’re vying for 71 delegates in Missouri.
In the Republican race Donald Trump has about 36-percent of the more than 15,000-ballots counted so far. Texas Senator Ted Cruz is second to him at more than 32-percent, with more than 13-percent for Senator Marco Rubio, who this hour announced he is suspending his campaign after losing his home state to Trump.
“While this may not have been the year for a hopeful and optimistic message about our future, I still remain hopeful and optimistic about America,” said Rubio, who praised his supporters and spoke about standing by his campaign’s message.
Missouri has 52-Republican delegates. If a candidate gets a majority of the Republican vote, he gets all of them.
Again, only 24 of Missouri’s more than 3,000 precincts have reported in, so there’s a long way to go before Missouri’s winners are known.