Donald Trump is official the GOP nominee

RNC 2016: Donald Trump is the Republican candidate for President

New York submitted the votes that put Trump over-the-top.

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence was nominated as the Republican Vice Presidential candidate.

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8:12 p.m.:

“The chair announces that Donald J. Trump having recieved a majority of these votes…has been selected as the Republican nominee for President of the United States,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said.

The final vote tally is as follows:

Trump: 1725

Cruz: 475

Rubio: 114

Kasich: 120

Bush: 3

Carson:7

Paul: 2

8:07 p.m.:

Officials explained that under the rules Alaska’s votes will remain.

7:50 p.m.:

Alaska has requested a recount of how the state’s votes were tallied by the chair.

7:46 p.m.:

Pennsylvania has submitted 1 vote for Cruz and 70 votes for Trump.

7:44 p.m.:

Michigan has submitted 2 votes for Kasich, 6 votes for Cruz and 51 votes for Trump.

7:42 p.m.:

Wyoming has submitted 1 vote for Rubio, 2 votes for Kasich, 23 votes for Cruz and 3 votes for Trump.

7:40 p.m.:

Wisconsin has submitted 36 votes for Cruz and 6 votes for Trump.

7:38 p.m.:

West Virginia has submitted 34 votes for Trump.

7:37 p.m.:

Washington has submitted 44 votes for Trump.

7:34 p.m.:

Virginia has submitted 3 votes for Carson, 5 votes for Kasich, 17 votes for Trump, 8 votes for Cruz and 16 votes for Rubio.

7:32 p.m.:

Vermont has submitted 13 votes for Trump, 1 vote for Kasich and 2 votes for Paul.

7:30 p.m.:

Utah has submitted 40 votes for Trump.

7:29 p.m.:

The U.S. Virgin Islands has submitted 8 votes for Trump.

7:26 p.m.:

Texas has submitted 3 votes for Rubio, 104 votes for Cruz and 48 votes for Trump.

7:24 p.m.:

Tennessee has submitted 16 votes for Cruz, 9 votes for Rubio and 33 votes for Trump.

7:23 p.m.:

South Dakota has submitted 29 votes for Trump.

7:22 p.m.:

South Carolina has submitted 50 votes for Donald Trump.

7:19 p.m.:

Rhode Island has submitted 2 votes for Cruz, 5 for Kasich and 12 votes for Donald Trump.

7:18 p.m.:

Puerto Rico has submitted 23 votes for Rubio.

7:11 p.m.:

New York has submitted 89 votes for Trump and 6 for Kasich.

Donald Trump has been nominated as the Republican Presidential candidate.

WATCH: New York casts votes that put Trump over-the-top

7:11 p.m.:

Pennsylvania has deferred to New York.

7:09 p.m.:

Oregon has submitted 5 votes for Cruz and 23 votes for Trump.

7:08 p.m.:

Oklahoma has submitted 19 votes for Cruz and 24 votes for Trump.

7:07 p.m.:

Ohio submitted 66 votes for Kasich

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7:05 p.m.:

Northern Mariana Islands has submitted 9 votes for Trump.

7:03 p.m.:

North Dakota has submitted 1 vote for Carson, 6 votes for Cruz and 21 votes for Trump.

7:02 p.m.:

North Carolina has submitted 1 vote for Carson, 6 for Rubio, 9 for Kasich, 27 votes for Cruz and 29 votes for Trump.

7:01 p.m.:

New York has passed.

7:00 p.m.:

New Mexico has submitted 24 votes for Trump.

6:58 p.m.:

New Jersey has submitted 51 votes for Donald Trump.

6:55 p.m.:

New Hampshire has submitted 2 votes for Rubio, 3 votes for Bush, 3 votes for Cruz, 4 votes for Kasich and 11 votes for Trump.

6:54 p.m.:

Nevada has submitted 1 vote for Kasich, 6 for Cruz, 7 for Rubio, 2 votes Carson and 14 for Trump.

6:53 p.m.:

Nebraska has submitted 36 votes for Trump.

6:52 p.m.:

Montana has submitted 27 votes for Trump.

6:50 p.m.:

Missouri has submitted 11 votes for Cruz and 41 for Trump.

6:50 p.m.:

Minnesota has cast 17 votes for Rubio, 8 votes for Trump and 13 votes for Cruz.

6:49 p.m.:

Michigan has passed on its vote.

6:46 p.m.:

Massachusetts has submitted 4 votes for Cruz, 8 votes for Kasich, 8 votes for Rubio and 22 votes for Trump.

6:45 p.m.:

Maryland has submitted 38 votes for Trump.

6:44 p.m.:

Maine has submitted 12 votes for Cruz, 9 votes for Trump and 2 votes for Kasich.

6:43 p.m.:

Louisiana has submitted 31 votes for Trump and 15 votes for Cruz.

6:41 p.m.:

Kentucky has submitted 17 votes for Trump, 7 votes for Rubio, 7 votes for Cruz and 15 for Kasich..

6:39 p.m.:

Kansas has submitted 9 votes for Trump, 24 votes for Cruz, 6 votes for Rubio and 1 vote for Kasich.

6:38 p.m.:

Iowa has submitted 30 votes for Trump.

6:38 p.m.:

Indiana has submitted 57 votes for Trump.

6:35 p.m.:

Illinois has submitted 54 votes for Trump, 9 votes for Cruz and 6 votes for Kasich.

6:34 p.m.:

Idaho has submitted 20 votes for Cruz and 12 votes for Trump.

6:33 p.m.:

Hawaii has submitted 11 votes for Trump, 7 votes for Cruz and 1 vote for Rubio.

6:32 p.m.:

Guam has submitted 9 votes for Trump

6:29 p.m.:

Georgia has submitted 16 votes for Rubio, 18 votes for Cruz and 42 votes for Trump.

6:28 p.m.:

Florida has submitted 99 votes for Donald Trump.

6:26 p.m.:

The District of Columbia has submitted 19 votes for Trump.

6:25 p.m.:

Delaware has submitted 16 votes for Trump.

6:24 p.m.:

Connecticut has submitted 28 votes for Trump.

6:23 p.m.:

Colorado has submitted 31 votes for Cruz and 4 votes for Trump. 2 delgates abstained

6:20 p.m.:

California has submitted 172 votes for Trump.

6:19 p.m.:

Arkansas has submitted 25 votes for Trump and 15 votes for Cruz.

6:17 p.m.:

Arizona has submitted 58 votes for Trump.

6:16 p.m.:

America Samoa has submitted 9 votes for Trump.

6:14 p.m.:

Alaska has submitted 28 votes for Trump.

6:12 p.m.:

Alabama has submitted 36 votes for Donald Trump, 13 for Ted Cruz and 1 for Marco Rubio.

6:10 p.m.:

The official nomination process for the Republican Presidential candidate has started at the Republican National Convention.

The nominee must receive 1,237 delegates to secure the nomination.

5:30 p.m.:

Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus has called the convention to order for night two at the Quicken Loans Arena.

The nomination process for the Republican Presidential candidate is expected to begin shortly.

INITIAL REPORT:

Not every state will vote for Trump. All of Ohio’s delegates will be voting “Kasich,” Ohio’s governor who won the state primary. Kasich captured nearly 47 percent of the votes during Ohio’s primary, and delegates are required by law to represent the voters.

We’ll have team coverage from the convention floor this evening.

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