Sunday, March 20, 2016

Current Delegate Count, Republican, Democrat Party Presidential Nominations 2016

What is the current delegate count for the presidential nominees who are running for president from the Democrat and Republican Party?
The delegate count and math favors Hillary Rodham Clinton to win the Democrat Party's nomination for president in 2016 and for the GOP, Donald Trump is the clear frontrunner.
Super Tuesday 3 eliminated Republican Marco Rubio from the race, he suspended his campaign after getting beaten badly in his home state of Florida.
Donald Trump won in the Sunshine State and now only three candidates remain for the Republican Party.
They are Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
Here is the delegate count for the GOP:
Trump 646
Cruz 397
Rubio 169 (campaign now suspended)
Kasich 142
1,237 are needed to win.
Only 2 candidates remain for the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Here is the delegate count for the Dems:
Clinton 1599
Sanders 844
2,382 delegates are needed to win.

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