Indiana’s state primary is happening on May 3 so get ready for some democracy! Will Ted Cruz upset Donald Trump? Will Hillary Clinton claim another victory over Bernie Sanders? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see the results so click to watch!
Indiana is known for some legendary college basketball, and the remaining presidential candidates are looking for a major slam dunk. Hillary Clinton, 68, will try nail a 3-point shot over the head of Bernie Sanders, 74, while Ted Cruz, 45, and John Kasich, 63, will try to double-team Donald Trump, 45. But is there any stopping Donald?
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The Midwest may hold the keys to the White House. 57 GOP delegates are up for grabs, while the remaining Democrats will battle it out for 83. While neither party will have a definite winner after this vote, the candidate who wins Indiana may just well win the overall primary election.
With 1,002 delegates to Ted’s 565, per CNN, Donald could pretty much wrap things up with a major win in Indiana. After pulling off the clean sweep during the Acela primaries – winning Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Connecticut – the Hoosier state could be Donald’s seventh straight victory. Maybe Ted will get a bump from naming Carly Fiorina, 63, as his vice president?
“If we win Indiana, it’s over,” Donald said during a campaign rally. “It’s finished. They’re gone.” Trump has a reason to feel confident, as he goes into the vote leading Ted by 15 points in the poll. However, Ted says that the Golden State of California, who votes on June 7, will “decide this Republican primary.”
Hillary took four out of the five states during the Acela primaries, with Rhode Island “feeling the Berne” of her competitor. However, Hill’s on a roll, having crushed Bernie in the New York State primary. While Bernie had a winning streak of caucuses, he desperately needs a big win in Indiana to give his campaign a boost.
The convention will be a contested contest,” Bernie said at a May 1 news conference, according to NBC News. “We believe that we are in a very strong position to win many of these remaining contests and win California.” Wow. It seems that even after all the voting’s done in Indiana, this campaign season is far from over.
Who do you think will win in Indiana, HollywoodLifers?