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The Utah Democratic Party' projected Sanders at 79% and Clinton at 20%, with 10% still unaccounted for. The official final count and delegate allocation will be announced April 6.
Expect results from the Republican caucus sometime after polls close at 11 p.m., Tuesday. The party has said they will release the results exclusively to the Associated Press.
Get live updates on Utah's presidential preference caucus with this interactive graphic made by Associated Press.
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