Pennsylvania is the biggest delegate prize out of the five Northeastern states voting tomorrow.
The small state, known for its rich history as one of the 13 original colonies, will be a battleground for the remaining presidential candidates.Read More >>
The plan to stop Donald Trump is not playing well in Indiana, a state crucial to the billionaire’s prospects of winning the Republican presidential nomination.
Ohio Governor John Kasich locked up both of his campaign offices in the state and canceled a Tuesday rally there after his team vowed Sunday night to “give the Cruz campaign a clear path” in Indiana to defeating the front-runner. But he gave no instructions to his volunteers about what to do next.Read More >>
Donald Trump is poised to sweep five Northeast primaries Tuesday as the Republican presidential campaign enters a critical week that ends with Indiana’s primary, a stretch that may determine his prospects of winning the nomination.
Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will compete as well in the contests in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island in what’s become known as the “Acela primary” because of the Amtrak route through the region.Read More >>
After largely ignoring each other for most of the campaign, other than Texas Sen. Ted Cruz‘s recent calls for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to exit the race, the two remaining candidates who are not businessman Donald Trump have decided to team up, at least temporarily, to prevent the frontrunner from getting to the necessary 1,237 delegates needed for the Republican nomination. Bloomberg Politics reports:
Cruz, Kasich Camps Unveil Divide-and-Conquer Anti-Trump Strategy
In a move that may be too little too late, Donald ... Read More >>
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton hold comfortable leads among Rhode Island voters, according to a new Brown University poll.
Clinton leads Bernie Sanders 43 percent to 34 percent. Trump leads his rivals by double digits, with 38 percent of likely voters. John Kasich and Ted Cruz follow at 25 percent and 14 percent.Read More >>
Most years, the presidential primary here is a drive-by affair, with candidates racing past the state like motorists taking the shortest route from Boston to New York. But this unpredictable election season has turned even Rhode Island’s late primary and paltry pile of delegates into a valued prize, putting this small state into the primary spotlight before its vote Tuesday.Read More >>
In a move that may be too little too late, Donald Trump’s two remaining opponents for the Republican presidential nomination, Ted Cruz and John Kasich, have cut a deal to play in certain states and avoid others in an effort to stop dividing the anti-Trump vote.
The agreement, which was announced Sunday night in nearly simultaneous statements from the campaigns of the Texas senator and Ohio governor, could feed into Trump’s criticisms of the party’s nominating process, which he’s blasted as “rigged.”Read More >>