There is no path for lyin’ Ted to get the nomination. John Kasich’s cash-strapped campaign hasn’t made ad buys in either state, CMAG shows.
“I think that is my responsibility to hear everybody out and make a judgment at some point”, said Calvin Tucker, a delegate candidate from Philadelphia.
“We’re supposed to vote in accordance with how our area voted, and I’m a delegate for the second district so, however the second district votes, I will vote on the first ballot”, said Carol McDowell, an in delegate to the Republican National Convention in July.
Sanders, for his part, has eased up but is pressing on.
Trump has said repeatedly in interviews and on the campaign trail that he could rewrite the electoral map to put historically Democratic states such as NY and Pennsylvania in play in a general election.
He is only mentioning Clinton in passing, pointing to their differences over trade, fracking and Social Security. What was genuinely eye-opening was the drubbing Ted Cruz received at the hands of New York’s Republicans.
“I share your sentiments”, he continued. “That really is not democracy”. Both men have said their relationship has improved.
“I do think it is time to tone down some of the rhetoric and the harshness of those disagreements”, said former Rep. Allyson Schwartz of Pennsylvania, a longtime Clinton supporter. “Essentially what they’re saying is they can buy the election”, Trump said.
Citing the Republican power in the region, Fowler and his colleagues argued that “our national Democratic leaders” should “invest in our races and causes_to amplify our voices, not diminish them”.
In the past two days, Clinton picked up 11 more endorsements from superdelegates, according to an Associated Press survey. I’d say [House Speaker] Paul Ryan is driven mostly by ideas.
Trump’s nicknames for foes have been mainstays in campaign speeches and debates for months. Instead, attendees in Indianapolis booed Cruz.
Other delegate candidates have been subject to lobbying from the various campaigns that want to secure their votes – or at least the public promise of their votes – at the national convention.
“I mean frankly she should not be allowed to run, for Christ’s sake”, he said.
Donald Trump says he opposes replacing President Andrew Jackson with Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. “If you’re coming in today, you’re kind of late”, said John McCarthy, a former Kentucky Republican Party chairman.
“There have been very few complaints the way it is”. People go, they use the bathroom that they feel is appropriate. Moreover, Hillary has such a high unfavorable rating that she could actually lose to someone like Trump or Cruz.
His chief rival, Sen. She told CNN’s Anderson Cooper recently that she’s tried to rein it in, with little success. Her opponent, Senator Bernie Sanders, has fared better with independent voters who can not participate in the primary.
But it’s also gotten him in trouble. Reporter: In Florida rival Ted Cruz meeting with RNC party leaders at an annual meeting predicting a contested convention is on the horizon. But he sees a window to snatch the nomination from Trump at the convention, and his campaign is working to line up delegates who would support him if Trump fails to win on a first ballot.
Trump’s win in NY was commanding, but it wasn’t unexpected.
Campaigning in Indiana, Trump railed against his party’s leadership, even as his senior lieutenants courted GOP officials behind closed doors in Florida.
NY has not gone Republican in a general election since 1984 when Reagan won 49 of 50 states in a historic landslide.