Tuesday, April 19 — 95 Delegates Total
There are 95 delegates at stake in today’s New York Republican Primary. 14 delegates are bound statewide, and 81 delegates are bound three each in the state’s 27 congressional district.
The statewide delegates are bound proportionally with a 20 percent threshold. If a candidate receives more than 50 percent of the statewide vote, that candidate receives all 14 delegates.
The congressional district delegates are awarded two to the winner, and one to the runner-up. If a candidate is the only candidate to receive over 20 percent, or has over 50 percent of the vote in a congressional district, that candidate receives the three votes in that district.
From: Robert Eno’s What You Need to Know about the New York Republican Primary
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