Saturday is the South Carolina Democratic presidential primary, marking the first Southern primary of the cycle and the first that is expected to have a large percentage of black voters.
If you’re used to the chaos and confusion of the caucuses in Iowa and Nevada, the primary — which awards 54 pledged delegates — follows a normal system. There’s no Republican primary in the state this year but South Carolinians, regardless of party affiliation, can vote in the Democratic primary, with polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Here are results as they come in:
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