Ted Cruz won the Kansas caucus on Saturday, dominating Donald Trump with a lead in both rural and urban cities.
By 4:30 PM CST, with 66 percent of the vote counted, Ted Cruz had already secured 52 percent of the vote. Donald Trump followed with 24.4 percent, Marco Rubio with 14.8 percent and John Kasich at 8.9 percent.
The results spurred CNN and AP to project Cruz the winner in Kansas.
Kansas voters gathered to caucus Saturday for Republican and Democratic candidates, with long lines and a near historic turnout. The GOP printed 60,000 ballots (compared to 30,000 in 2012) and had to print more today, CNN reported.
Featured Image: Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz makes a speech at a campaign rally on March 5, 2016 in Wichita, Kansas. Cruz said he has a list of government programs that he will eliminate if elected. (Photo by J Pat Carter/Getty Images)