The Ohio governor is suspending his presidential campaign, leaving Donald Trump assured of the GOP nomination. Kasich only won one state, his home of Ohio,and was far behind in the delegate count.
If Donald Trump wins most of Indiana's delegates, his path to the nomination will be clear. Even if Bernie Sanders wins the state, he will likely wake up with less of a chance of being the nominee.
How much will Donald Trump pad his lead, and what will Ted Cruz do next? Even if Bernie Sanders wins, Hillary Clinton's lead is virtually insurmountable. And the GOP Senate primary is one to watch.
In what has become one of the most crucial contests of the entire Republican presidential race, tonight's Indiana primary offers three possible outcomes -- and two of them are bad news for Ted Cruz and the "Stop Trump" movement.
Indiana is one of two key states remaining in the Republican primary. And after Indiana voters go to the polls today, there will only be one major night of primaries left. Polls close in Indiana at 6 pm local time — that's 6 pm Eastern for most of the state, and 7 pm Eastern in 12 counties in northwest and southwest Indiana.
Donald Trump has defeated his Republican rivals in six straight contests. In Indiana, he could demoralize them.
The delegate races on both sides are tight. For Republicans, their crowded field is splitting up the votes. For Democrats, the calendar could favor Bernie Sanders over the next several weeks.
Let's look at the evidence.
Donald Trump's rallies over the weekend were scenes of tumult and violence, tacitly egged on by the Republican frontrunner. Today we learn if any of the condemnation really mattered — or if Trump's march to the Republican nomination continues unimpeded.
Everything you need to know.
POLITICO Caucus members think Illinois and Missouri are primed for Bernie Sanders upsets.
New state polls released ahead of critical primaries on Tuesday find Donald Trump poised to deliver a knockout blow to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in his home state, while the Republican front-runner is tied with Ohio Gov. John Kasich on his turf.
Tuesday's primaries in five states will provide the clearest clues yet to whether Donald Trump can secure the nomination outright—and to the other candidates' paths forward
On Tuesday night Hillary Clinton won sweeping primary victories in Texas and throughout the South, and Donald Drumpf won primaries from the Deep South to New England. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz won his home state, Oklahoma and Alaska, Bernie Sanders won four states, and Marco Rubio won Minnesota.
Cruz campaign in turmoil after another third-place finish
Donald Trump won the South Carolina primary last night, coming in over ten points ahead of second- and third-place finishers Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. The win spells probable doom for Cruz, whose campaign, staked on a strategy of winning over evangelical voters, fell flat in its first real test. Born-again Christians, who Cruz predicted would turn out in droves to propel him to victory, instead broke decisively for Trump, 33 percent to Cruz's 27 percent.
A new poll out one day before Saturday's South Carolina primary shows Donald Trump maintaining a wide lead in the state and with Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio in a fight for second place. In the poll, which was conducted on Wednesday and Thursday, Trump leads with 32 percent, followed by Cruz at 19 percent and Rubio at 18 percent.
RealClearPolitics - Election 2016 - South Carolina Republican Presidential Primary
We’ve been inundated with polls: South Carolina polls, Nevada polls, national polls, general election polls. In fact, there are so many polls that you can tell yourself pretty much any story you like about the Republican presidential primary. Is Ted Cruz surging? There’s a poll for that. Is Cruz stalling out? There’s a poll for that too. Have you heard about the poll showing a Ben Carson comeback? OK, I made that one up. But earlier this week, you could find a poll with John Kasich in second place in South Carolina, even though he was polling at about 2 percent there earlier this month.
Donald Trump is now leading Saturday's South Carolina Republican primary by 5 points — down from his 16-point lead in the state a month ago.