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Donald Trump wins Northern Mariana Island caucuses
Add 9 more delegates to The Donald’s total.
— The Hill (@thehill) March 15, 2016
The Democrats bizarre super delegate situation, as explained in a cartoon
We interrupt this election coverage for a few gratuitous Ides of March memes
Military Times survey: Troops back Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders for president
So this is interesting:
The Republican front runner Trump was the most popular candidate in a subscriber poll that closed Sunday, with 27 percent saying they would back the business mogul if the election were held tomorrow. Sanders, the independent Vermont senator, was a close second at 22 percent.
The results — based on responses from 931 active-duty troops, reservists and members of the National Guard — do not offer a scientific status of military voting preferences. However, they do show that the outsider candidates’ messages are resonating with individuals in uniform.
Rules are convenient until they’re not
Because Gov. Kasich cannot run in the state of Pennsylvania-he cannot win the nomination- & should not be allowed to compete in Ohio on Tue.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 13, 2016
Arguing with a poll worker can be risky business
Welp. Poll worker draws gun during argument at Cleveland voting site: https://t.co/FptL81m5Sb
— Henry J. Gomez (@HenryJGomez) March 15, 2016
Kasich is doing well
Wow: Among Cuyahoga Co. potential early voters, 15.6% (!) of Dems requested GOP ballots, likely to vote Kasich. https://t.co/S75UlyGgzV
— Alex Seitz-Wald (@aseitzwald) March 15, 2016
Closed primaries. How do they work?
A lot of complaints from people saying my name is not on the ballot in various places in Florida? Hope this is false.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 15, 2016
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