Donald Trump, after suffering two losses earlier today, has come back with a strong victory in the state of Louisiana. Ted Cruz is currently over 20% behind Mr. Trump. Earlier today, Mr. Cruz won Kansas by over 25% and won Maine by about 13%.
With over 45% in, Decision Desk HQ has called the Maine caucuses for Senator Ted Cruz. Mr. Cruz currently holds over an 8% lead over Donald Trump. Both Marco Rubio and John Kasich lag far behind.
With early half of Kansas’s caucuses reporting in, Ted Cruz holds a commanding 24% lead over Donald Trump. IOTW can now project that Mr. Cruz will win the caucus. With 48% in, Ted Cruz currently has 49% of the vote, Donald Trump has 25%, Marco [Read More]
11:02: Trump: I’ll bring jobs back like no one else can. 11:01: Cruz: I will have your back. 11:00: Rubio: We must embrace our opportunities. 10:59: Kasich: As President, I will fix the problems in Washington.
10:45: Other than Alaska, all the states are in. Not including that state, Trump will win 7, Cruz 2, and Rubio 1. 10:37: It looks like Marco Rubio will win Minnesota. With 53% in, he is leading Ted Cruz 37-28. Trump is at 21. 10:24: [Read More]
Welcome to the IOTW prediction thread on this Super Tuesday. I’ll be making state-by-state predictions below, but it is a near certainty that Donald Trump is positioned for a big night. I’m putting my (kind of) perfect record on the line tonight. Unlike other publications, [Read More]
10:52: Nobody knows politicians like I do. They’re all talk. -Trump 10:51: I have stood up to Washington deals. -Cruz 10:50: We have a decision to make about our party and our nation. -Rubio 10:49: I will beat Hillary Clinton. -Kasich 10:48: These hands have [Read More]
Three UAlbany students, who claimed that they were the victims of a racially-motivated assault late last month, will be facing charges themselves because of the incident. The students, one of whom has been identified, claimed that they were riding a CDTA bus after 1 a.m. [Read More]
12:27: It’s late here on the East Coast and votes aren’t coming in that fast, so I’m calling it a night. Thanks for staying up with me! 12:20: Now at about 4% in; Trump at 43%, Rubio at 25%, Cruz at 20%. 12:13: With more [Read More]
With no new polls within the last week, attacks being levied against each candidate, and Jeb out of the race, it’s going to be a tough night to call. Well, let’s do it anyway. Please comment with your predictions; I’ll write mine after a bit [Read More]
10:00: Trump has won, and it looks like Rubio will take second, with Cruz coming just behind him. Bush has dropped out, Carson said he won’t (though he should), and Kasich hasn’t said anything about staying in (but, obviously, he should drop out as well).
The South Carolina primary is tonight. I’ll be making my prediction at the end of my article, after some analysis. Any prediction that I make is not an endorsement, but rather an educated guess based on polls, as well as past results in South Carolina [Read More]
Despite claims that Mr. Trump has made saying that he was against the war in Iraq before and during it, claiming he said that it would destabilize the region and be economically costly, new audio shows that Mr. Trump said the literal opposite the day [Read More]
10:53: Trump: Politicians are all talk, no action. “We need a change, we need a very big change.” 10:52: Cruz: In 2016, “our country literally hangs in the balance.” We can do it if we work together. 10:51: Rubio: Our country is in trouble, our [Read More]