California and Ohio were the first states to issue their lottery results on Thursday, April 10, 2016, after the state had initially scheduled the results for May 1.
A total of 9,845,092 tickets were distributed across the state, and a total of 2,735,906 of those tickets were winner-take-all.
In the United States, the winner-takes-all states are California, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
The winner-taker states are Delaware, Iowa, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, and Virginia.
Nevada has an open primary, which allows voters to choose their favorite candidate from among three candidates.
In an earlier version of this story, the word “state” was incorrectly spelled.