After the exciting New Hampshire primary, the highly-anticipated South Carolina primary will be held on Saturday, Feb. 20 for Republicans, and Saturday, Feb. 27 for Democrats. The "first in the nation" primary in New Hampshire ended with unexpected results (Ohio Governor John Kasich placing second was probably the biggest surprise), so voters and viewers will want to pay close attention to the South Carolina primary. If you don't have access to a television but you still want to stay up-to-date on the results from the primary, not to worry: All you need is an Internet connection, and you're set to stream the South Carolina primary results from anywhere.
As the first election-voting state with a large African-American population, candidates have turned their attention to black voters, which could influence the primary results. Although the latest polling shows Donald Trump in the lead, the Palmetto State will likely determine the success and ultimate failure of candidates from both parties. You won't want to miss the South Carolina primary, especially since it is the last primary before Super Tuesday on March 1. Clear your schedule on Saturday evening, because here's how to stream the South Carolina primary results from anywhere:
CNN will be covering the South Carolina primary from 1 p.m. to 2 a.m. EST on Saturday, Feb. 20. On CNN's homepage, there will be a prompt at the top of the screen directing viewers to live coverage of the primary. You can also view real-time polling numbers and results for different candidates on CNN's Election Coverage site. As voters head to the polls from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., information will be updated as the South Carolina primary results become available.
If you want to stay current on the delegate allocation during the primary, head over to NBC's Decision 2016 site. There you will find updates on how many delegates each candidate receives in South Carolina, as well as a tally from the delegates they received in Iowa and New Hampshire. The NBC Primary Calendar section will also be updated with information as results are released throughout the evening.
Head over to the USA Today 2016 Elections site to get a comprehensive look at the results from the Iowa caucus, and the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries. The interactive site allows you to filter by political party and state, and it even shows results broken down by counties within each state. USA Today will track the live results from the South Carolina primary until all the votes are tallied, so you can keep an eye on your favorite candidates from anywhere with their interactive site.
As always, Twitter is a great resource for streaming real-time information about politics, especially during the primaries. Twitter is also great because you can check it from your phone or your computer, so you won't miss out on any of the latest primary action no matter where you are. Check out the live hashtag updates like #SCPrimary and #SCPrimary2016 for the most current updates on the results from the Republican and Democratic South Carolina primary.