U.S. Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump won a crucial contest in Florida on Tuesday, knocking rival Marco Rubio out of the race, but lost Ohio to John Kasich in a mixed result that set the stage for a long, bitter nominating fight.
As far as the delegate math is concerned, a Trump victory in Florida would effectively cancel out every Cruz victory to date.
The late night shows were all discussing one topic: The Super Tuesday results, and Donald Trump’s continued takeover of the Republican Party.
Rubio’s lays out problem for Trump: The Republican Party will keep on fighting him all the way through this primary season.
Pundits seem oddly reluctant to say so, but Bernie’s candidacy imploded due to a classic political blunder.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took big steps toward securing their respective nominations on Tuesday, with a series of state-by-state victories.
Thirteen states have closed primaries, which means that only Democrats can vote in Democratic primaries and Republicans in Republican contests.
The seven states holding contests in the region appear poised to play a pivotal role in selecting the Republican and Democratic nominees.
Republican rival Marco Rubio attacked front-runner Donald Trump at length for the first time at a debate on Thursday.
A very scary thing is happening for Republicans right now.
Hillary Clinton has had a tightly-fought race in February against Bernie Sanders, but she could soon be in for a raft of victories on March 1.