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Trump wins Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, Missouri, and Northern Mariana Islands. 

Clinton wins Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, and Missouri, Ohio. 

Kasich wins Ohio. 

Marco Rubio has dropped out of the race after losing his home state.

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3 hours ago, MasterOfAwesomeness said:

Trump wins Florida, North Carolina, and Illinois. 

Clinton wins Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio. 

Kasich wins Ohio. 

Marco Rubio has dropped out of the race after losing his home state.

WTF??!!!  Why would he drop out, he was doing well??

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40 minutes ago, MDCFAN101 said:

WTF??!!!  Why would he drop out, he was doing well??

Rubio was doing terrible after Super Tuesday.  He only won Minnesota and Puerto Rico and rarely placed in the top 2 in various states.  Don't be surprised if Kasich drops out before April. 

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Gonna have to redo the poll to reflect all the candidates that have dropped out, it's basically the Hunger games. Which leads to the real question, who would survive in a free-for-all deathmatch?

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9 hours ago, KGhaleon said:

Gonna have to redo the poll to reflect all the candidates that have dropped out, it's basically the Hunger games. Which leads to the real question, who would survive in a free-for-all deathmatch?

I can't change the poll in this thread.  Speaking of HG, did you see Colbert's skit known as the Hungry For Power Games in which he bids farewell to a candidate that drops out?

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Trump - Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.

Clinton - Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Connecticut. 

Sanders - Rhode Island.

Republican Delegates Standings (1,237 to win):

Trump - 950

Cruz - 560

Kasich - 153

Democratic Delegates Standings (2,383 to win):

Clinton - 1,622 (519 Superdelegates)

Sanders - 1,282 (39 Superdelegates)

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54 minutes ago, MasterOfAwesomeness said:

Trump - Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.

Clinton - Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Connecticut. 

Sanders - Rhode Island.

Republican Delegates Standings (1,237 to win):

Trump - 950

Cruz - 560

Kasich - 153

Democratic Delegates Standings (2,383 to win):

Clinton - 1,622 (519 Superdelegates)

Sanders - 1,282 (39 Superdelegates)

Wow!!!  As I said, this is going to be a wild election for years to come.

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I think it will be funny if the race becomes Clinton vs Trump. There are a lot of fanatic Sanders supporters in my area so it would be funny to see them complaining and having to pick "the lesser of two evils." That being said almost ever Sanders supporter that talks about Trump to me invokes Godwin's Law so there is that.

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Well here's something interesting that could happen if Trump is the Republican candidate. From what I've heard, almost none of the Republican politicians want Trump to be president. This could result in the Republican Party being contested. If this happens, then Trump cannot be their representative and a new candidate would be chosen. I think this has only happened once before if I remember right.

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10 hours ago, SilentWarrior25 said:

Well here's something interesting that could happen if Trump is the Republican candidate. From what I've heard, almost none of the Republican politicians want Trump to be president. This could result in the Republican Party being contested. If this happens, then Trump cannot be their representative and a new candidate would be chosen. I think this has only happened once before if I remember right.

I feel you man.  Trump will not stop his journey whatsoever.

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30 minutes ago, MasterOfAwesomeness said:

After losing Indiana to Trump, Ted Cruz has dropped out of the race.

Really??!!!  Ted Cruz was doing pretty well.

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26 minutes ago, MDCFAN101 said:

Really??!!!  Ted Cruz was doing pretty well.

Umm no, he was struggling lately due to the GOP viewing him as too extreme as well as the recent affairs rumors with Cruz.  So the GOP's only "hope" to stop Trump from getting to 1,237 is Kasich.

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Just now, MasterOfAwesomeness said:

Umm no, he was struggling lately due to the GOP viewing him as too extreme as well as the recent affairs rumors with Cruz.  So the GOP's only "hope" to stop Trump from getting to 1,237 is Kasich.

Plus, there was a pic of Cruz's father with Oswald, the man who took out JFK.

As for Kasich, I totally agree.

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Indiana Republican Primary:

Trump (57) - 53.3%

Cruz - 36.7%

Kasich - 7.5%

Indiana Democratic Primary:

Sanders (44) - 52.7%

Clinton (38) - 47.3%

John Kasich has also dropped out today thus making Trump the only Republican left.  Trump will be your 2016 GOP Nominee. 

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47 minutes ago, MasterOfAwesomeness said:

Indiana Republican Primary:

Trump (57) - 53.3%

Cruz - 36.7%

Kasich - 7.5%

Indiana Democratic Primary:

Sanders (44) - 52.7%

Clinton (38) - 47.3%

John Kasich has also dropped out today thus making Trump the only Republican left.  Trump will be your 2016 GOP Nominee. 

Kasich and Cruz will still be on the primary ballots.

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