Analysis: Both parties’ front-runners extend their advantages

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The presidential race will go on for months, but both parties’ front-runners leaped closer Tuesday to becoming nominees. Neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton won every state up for grabs, but they won most of them, and in doing so extended advantages they already had in delegates and momentum. Trump was projected to win at least…

3 Responses to Analysis: Both parties’ front-runners extend their advantages

  1. William "Bill" Hicks March 9, 2016 at 11:14 am

    Statistically, and philosophically speaking, Cruz is the only one that has any chance of beating Trump in this contentious primary. The others need to get out of the way for the benefit of a republican success in November.

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  2. William "Bill" Hicks March 2, 2016 at 10:14 am

    When Harry Reid likes Trump for the republican candidate, do you see a problem?

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