The polls closed in the state of New York at 9 p.m. E.T. and it did not take long for media outlets to declare Donald Trump the winner in his home state. And why not? When all the votes are counted he will have around 60 percent of them.
The resounding win in Wisconsin enjoyed by Ted Cruz and his supporters was, of course, a resounding loss for Donald Trump. So how did the now battered front runner react? Not so good if a statement from his campaign can be taken as an indicator.
The state of Wisconsin has taken an important role in the 2016 primaries. On the Republican side, depending on the poll you look, at Ted Cruz has as much as a 10-point lead in the Badger state and a Cruz win could put the brakes on the Trump train.
In the latest polls, former Florida governor Jeb Bush has become the first official frontrunner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, becoming the GOP's first solid favorite since polling began. But has Jeb heeded the lesson's of 2012?
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Will former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney inch closer to the nomination after Tuesday’s nights five GOP contests? Can Texas Congressman Ron Paul amass delegates and make an impact? What about Newt Gingrich? Here is the complete live coverage.
It's over. It's done. They've lost. He's won. Mitt Romney will be the Republican to go against Barack Obama in the fight for the U.S. Presidency. Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul have officially become the house guests that won't leave.
Super Tuesday, one of the most exciting times in primary politics, has taken place. After hundreds of thousands of voters across 10 states cast a ballot, who of the four remaining Republican candidates is the frontrunner?
After coming in a distant third at this weekend's Iowa straw poll, former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty withdrew his bid for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination. Pawlenty formally announced his decision on ABC's "This Week."