Voting totals provided by Associated Press

President Dem - Caucus

3,479 of 3,479 precincts - 100 percent

x-Bernie Sanders 26,450 - 68 percent

Hillary Clinton 12,593 - 32 percent

Uncommitted 0 - 0 percent

Rocky De La Fuente 0 - 0 percent

Martin O’Malley 0 - 0 percent

President GOP - Caucus

3,479 of 3,479 precincts - 100 percent

x-Ted Cruz 35,207 - 48 percent

Donald Trump 17,062 - 23 percent

Marco Rubio 12,189 - 17 percent

John Kasich 7,795 - 11 percent

Ben Carson 511 - 1 percent

Uncommitted 242 - 0 percent

Jeb Bush 78 - 0 percent

Carly Fiorina 32 - 0 percent

While backing different candidates at the caucus, the gathering of Kansas Democrats at Coleman Middle School was more like a large family picnic.

Supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders turned out in force Saturday, including in west Wichita, to propel the Vermont senator to victory over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the Kansas Democratic caucus. (March 5, 2016)

Donald Trump supporters filled the Century II Exhibition Hall for his last-minute rally on Saturday morning, only to find themselves stranded in a line of thousands waiting to caucus. Ted Cruz supporters, meanwhile, dominated the crowd during the caucus speeches, booing Trump. John Albert/The Wichita Eagle

Sen. Ted Cruz spoke to Wichita caucusgoers Saturday, March 5, 2016 at Wichita's Century II. By Oliver Morrison/The Wichita Eagle