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Nine Takeaways from Super Tuesday 3

March 15th or Super Tuesday 3 (I originally called it Super Tuesday 2, but apparently March 8th was “super” as well) was a good night for Donald Trump. He won every state that he led the polls in. He wracked up lots

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Why Illinois and Missouri Matter Today

Florida and Ohio have carried much of the attention over Super Tuesday II because of their 165 winner-take-all delegates. But Illinois and Missouri, with 121 delegates between them, could turn them into swing states. A RealClearPolitics piece today notes their vital importance

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By the Numbers: Super Tuesday II

The 2016 GOP primary has three major “Super Tuesdays.” Super Tuesday I was on March 1st, where 632 delegates were awarded — more than a quarter of all delegates. Super Tuesday II is tomorrow on March 15th. There are 367 delegates up for grabs in

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Erick Erickson: The Deal Is Done

Erick Erickson just came out with a great piece. Clearly a deal is in place. Via The Resurgent: Jeb Bush has a private meeting with Kasich, Cruz, and Rubio. Cruz’s campaign, after a lot of bluster about going all in in Florida admits

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Marco: Will He Drop or Won’t He?

This is not the narrative Marco Rubio anticipated he’d hear in the run-up to what was hoped would be one of the most significant moments in his young political career: having Florida GOP voters endorse their junior Senator as the next President

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Trump Attacks Rubio as Corrupt (VIDEO)

Florida voters are watching this ad from Donald Trump, who has used negative attack ads sparingly: “Corrupt Marco Rubio” the ad says “has spent years defrauding the people of Florida. As a legislator, he flipped on a key vote after making a

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New Florida Poll Suggests Rubio in Deep Trouble

Quinnipiac released a new poll today out of Florida, and it’s not looking good for Marco Rubio. Via Quinnipiac: The Donald Trump juggernaut rolls into Florida where the GOP front-runner leads native son Sen. Marco Rubio 44 – 28 percent among likely