Washington State analysis
The Washington primary is on May 24.
Each of Washingtons 10 congressional districts give 2 delegates to the first-place winner and 1 to the second-place winner.
14 at-large delegates are awarded proportionately.
Let’s say that Trump wins 42% of the vote, and he wins 5 of the 10 districts (losing the other 5 to Kasich).
This gives Trump 15 district delegates and six at-large delegates, for a total of 21 out of 44 delegates.
In my previous post, I had Trump at 1,036 delegates after Oregon.
Trump has now gained an additional 21 delegates and stands at 1,057 delegates.