Your Wisconsin GOP primary victor is…Ted Cruz! The presidential candidate will take home most of the 42 delegates that were up for grabs in Wisconsin during the April 5 republican primary. Those delegates will give Ted a much-needed boost in the race to the party’s nomination. However, it’s still a tight race between Donald Trump, 69, Ted Cruz, 45, and John Kasich, 63. So what does this mean going forward?
It’s time for yet another meeting of the minds between the three Republican presidential candidates: Donald Trump, 69, Ted Cruz, 45, and John Kasich, 63. The White House hopefuls are proving themselves to the voters in a CNN-hosted Town Hall meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on March 28 at 8:00pm ET. The full Town Hall event will be shown online via live stream, which you can see right here on HollywoodLife.com! Click through to watch and stay informed!
It’s another important day for the five remaining presidential candidates: Western Tuesday on March 22! Donald Trump, 69, Ted Cruz, 45, John Kasich, 63, Hillary Clinton, 68, and Bernie Sanders, 74, vied for votes in Arizona and Utah, while the Democrats faced-off in Idaho. HollywoodLife.com has all the results — click through to learn who won each state! The winners of each state, in both parties, will be updated in this post as they are revealed.
Western Tuesday marks the GOP and Democratic primaries in Utah and Arizona, and the Democrats-only primary in Idaho! The March 22 election event could be a game changer for the five remaining presidential candidates: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, John Kasich, Ted Cruz, and Donald Trump. So what’s the big deal?
John Kasich is urging Americans and our allies to unite and dedicate ourselves to rejecting terrorism after the brutal attacks in Brussels on March 22 that killed at least 34 and issued more than 100. Read his full statement, along with words from Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, here.
Mar. 15 is a huge day for the 2016 election. With hundreds of delegates up for grabs, and two home-state primaries, today change the course of the race for the Republicans. In one fell swoop, Donald Trump, 69, could become the official nominee, John Kasich, 63, and Marco Rubio, 45, could be forced to drop out, and Ted Cruz, 45, could catch up or fall further behind. See the results as they come in, here.
Even after all 50 states have voted, the GOP might not have a candidate for the 2016 Presidential election! If voters can’t pick between Donald Trump, 69, Ted Cruz, 45 or others, they’ll have a “contested” (or “brokered”) convention. If you have no idea what that is, get to know what’s in store for the Republican Party.