Is there a good resource for how each party allocates the delegates from the presidential primaries?

Is there a website somewhere that shows how many delegates each state has for each parties presidential primary, and how they divide those delegates? I know the Republicans have some winner take all states and the Democrats tend to be proportional. My Google fu must be weak. When I google this I get a bunch of news articles with topics like how Obama beat Clinton with the caucus strategy or how Romney started his path to the nomination in '12 when he won Florida. But is there a place that describes the actual breakdown state by state and how each one does it? Thank you :slight_smile:

For the Republicans: http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P16/R-Alloc.phtml
For the Democrats: http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P16/D-Alloc.phtml