TICK TOCK: Time is Running Dry for Little Marco

Screen Shot 2016-03-06 at 9.14.43 AMWith Kasich and Rubio still in the race, where will their voters land when the candidates drop out?

Time is short for Little Marco after Saturday’s disastrous showing.
Rubio was the only Republican candidate, out of four, who did not win a single delegate.
The AP reported:

Offering anything but clarity, Republicans delivered a split verdict between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in the latest round of presidential voting, offering fresh evidence of the turmoil still roiling the GOP after 19 states have had their say.

Trump, still the front-runner in the delegate count, bagged Kentucky and Louisiana on Saturday. Cruz, cementing his claim to be the Trump alternative, captured Kansas and Maine.

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Trump said it was time for Marco Rubio to exit the race. But the Florida senator insisted he was still fixing to win his home state of Florida on March 15.

The state tally sheets so far: 12 wins for Trump; six for Cruz and one for Rubio. For the Democrats, 11 for Clinton and seven for Sanders. Trump and Clinton hold the edge in the more-important delegate count.

Read more: The Gateway Pundit

 

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