Puerto Rico is currently scheduled to hold its Democratic primary on July 12 where 51 delegates are up for grabs.

The Republican primary is currently scheduled for June 7 with 23 delegates available.

In the 2016 primary, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won the U.S. territory with 61% percent of the vote, defeating Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders‘ 38.6%.

Clinton also picked up nearly twice as many delegates as Sanders.

For the Republicans, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio won the territory with 73.8% of the vote, defeating then-candidate President Donald Trump, who had 13.6%.

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