ATLANTA — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump are the projected winners for the state of Georgia.

Within each county, the numbers vary.

Here is the break down by county:

Madison County (12/12 precincts reporting)

Donald Trump — 44.53 percent

Ted Cruz — 28.57 percent

Marco Rubio — 15.42 percent

Ben Carson — 7.17 percent

John Kasich — 2.66 percent

Hillary Clinton — 55.69 percent

Bernie Sanders — 42.87 percent

32.8 percent voter turnout in Madison County

Jackson County (16/16 precincts reporting)

Donald Trump — 42.9 percent

Ted Cruz — 27.78 percent

Marco Rubio — 18.75 percent

Ben Carson — 6.49 percent

John Kasich — 3.16 percent

Hillary Clinton — 61.37 percent

Bernie Sanders — 37.5 percent

51.08 percent voter turnout in Jackson

Clarke County (24/24 precincts reporting)

Marco Rubio — 35.21 percent

Donald Trump — 26.73 percent

Ted Cruz — 20.64 percent

John Kasich — 9.93 percent

Ben Carson — 5.64 percent

Hillary Clinton — 50.73 percent

Bernie Sanders — 48.98 percent

Oconee County (13/13 precincts reporting)

Donald Trump — 31.41 percent

Marco Rubio — 28.21 percent

Ted Cruz — 27.53 percent

John Kasich — 7.27 percent

Ben Carson — 6.33 percent

Hillary Clinton — 52.47 percent

Bernie Sanders — 47.10 percent

Oglethorpe County (3/3 precincts reporting)

Donald Trump — 43.90 percent

Ted Cruz — 27.27 percent

Marco Rubio —15.67 percent

Hillary Clinton — 60.52 percent

Bernie Sanders — 38.62 percent

51.57 percent voter turnout in Oglethorpe County

Barrow County (16/16 reporting)

Donald Trump — 40.77 percent

Ted Cruz — 30.40 percent

Marco Rubio — 17.95 percent

Ben Carson — 6.5 percent

John Kasich — 3.02 percent

Hillary Clinton — 61.971 percent

Bernie Sanders — 37.23 percent

42.87 percent voter turnout in Barrow County

By Staff Reports @gradynewsource

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