Follow the results here.
I'm seeing 5% results coming in from Maine and Kansas, with Cruz around 50% in both places and Trump lagging back.
Nothing yet from Kentucky, another caucus state.
Louisiana is the big state today, and it's a primary.
All 4 of these states have a closed procedure. No cross-over funny business, so it's a very important test of where GOP voters really are. It's maybe Ted's big day.
(Correction made: I thought Nebraska was also a GOP state today, but it's only for Democrats.)
ADDED: A big night for Bernie, winning Kansas and Nebraska. Trump got Kentucky, and Cruz didn't hit 50% in Maine, which would have given him all the delegates. Below 50%, the delegates were distributed proportionall.
AND: Trump seems to be winning big in Louisiana — the closed primary. It hasn't been called yet. I'm seeing 46.4% for Trump with 4% of the vote in. The polls had shown Trump at 43%, so he's overperforming.
MORE: With 80% in, Trump is now slightly underperforming in Louisiana.