Trump wins additional New Hampshire delegate
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Donald TrumpDonald TrumpOPINION | How Chris Christie went from America's straight shooter to Trump's crooked yes-man The Memo: Spicer shock leaves WH staff bracing for more change Obama intel chief wonders if Trump is trying to make 'Russia great again' MORE is walking away with one more delegate in New Hampshire than media estimates predicted, at the expense of Marco RubioMarco RubioBush ethics lawyer: Congress must tell Trump not to fire Mueller The private alternative to the National Flood Insurance Program  Cruz offers bill to weaken labor board's power MORE

The New Hampshire secretary of State's office released the certified GOP delegate count Monday, showing Trump with 11 delegates to the national convention. Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the second-place winner, received four delegates. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzEx-CBO directors defend against GOP attacks on ObamaCare analysis Cruz: GOP will 'look like fools' if ObamaCare isn’t repealed The GOP Wonder Women who saved healthcare for 22 million MORE won three, while Rubio, a Florida senator, won two. 

That's a slight difference from The Associated Press' estimation from primary night, which had 10 delegates for Trump and three for Rubio. 

Rubio finished with 10.6 percent, just behind Bush's 11 percent. But while the AP believed the near tie would lead to a tie in the delegates, the new count confirms that is not the case.

That new total leaves Trump with 68 delegates so far toward the national convention, far ahead of a second-place Cruz with 11. Rubio sits in third with 9 delegates. 

Jeb Bush's three delegates from New Hampshire are free to back a new candidate of their choice, according to state law.