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Trump Just Got the News He Did NOT Want to Hear in These 2 Super Tuesday States

By Gerry Urbanek. While Donald Trump has so far met with overwhelming success throughout the Super Tuesday election, Ted Cruz has managed to win two major victories, one in his home state of Texas and the other in the state of Oklahoma.

So far, this makes him the only candidate to score against the current GOP front runner, claiming a total of 3 states, including Iowa earlier in the year.

Now that Cruz has claimed these states in the nomination process, it seems more likely than ever that he might be the only alternative to Donald Trump as the GOP’s nominee.


In Texas, Cruz is polling exactly as predicted he would, winning more than 39 percent of the vote compared to Trump’s 28 percent, according to exit polls by the Associated Press. Cruz also managed to clear Oklahoma by roughly 5 percentage points against Trump.

(Read more from “Trump Just Got the News He Did NOT Want to Hear in These 2 Super Tuesday States” HERE)

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Another Super Tuesday State Has Just Been Called, 2 Candidates Are Neck and Neck in This State

By Kevin Whitson. With victories already declared in five states, Trump could be on his way to earning the nomination of the Republican party over rival candidates Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL).

Trump was just declared the winner in TN and is neck and neck with John Kasich in Vermont . . .

As it stands, Trump has claimed victory in the following states; AL, GA, MA, TN, VA. Cruz won TX and OK. AR will likely go down as a victory for Trump as well. Currently he is leading in the state with 34.1 percent of the votes over Cruz’s 26.7 percent and Rubio’s 26.5 percent. However, only 11 percent of the precincts have reported their results. Other states have not yet reported results.

Marco Rubio may come away with his first primary victory in MN. As it stands with only five percent of precincts reporting, Rubio is leading with 32.8 percent of the vote, followed by Cruz at 28 percent and Trump at 22.2 percent. (Read more from “Another Super Tuesday State Has Just Been Called, 2 Candidates Are Neck and Neck in This State” HERE)

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  • CSN

    Not many are reporting the voter fraud which occurred in Texas and Virginia. People cast votes for Trump and when they looked at their ballots it said Rubio. This is no longer a Primary election it is an absolute travesty that the GOP will go to any lengths to get out Trump. It could cause a third party run which will sink the GOP.

    • Paul

      And your point is? You haven’t seen nothing, yet. Just wait until the primaries are over and the real fight starts. You will see vote corruptions like you’ve never seen before. Regardless of who gets the nomination, the democrats will do everything possible, legal or illegal, to win this election.