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@Fbarbarossa @Hestia11 @Cenzonico @ALiteralNeoliberal


Oklahoma Primary Results:


Turnout: 476,880 Votes


Trump: 35.21% - 167,894 Votes - 18 delegates


Rubio: 30.26 - 144,321 Votes - 15 delegates


Carson: 20.30% - 96,789 Votes - 10 delegates


Bush: 14.23% - 67,876 Votes

 

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Event One Roll: 3. A poorly run and messaged tour does not help Kasich. Event Two Roll: 7. A strong rally. Event Three Roll: 3. The townhall experiences depressed turnout. Overall: -2.

Event One Roll: 1! Paul trips over his words and refers to the state as Kentucky multiple times.(Negative Viral) Event Two Roll: 3. A rather weak event. Event Three Roll: 7. A strong message

@Fbarbarossa @CentristGuy @Hestia11 @ALiteralNeoliberal @Cenzonico @BeetleJuice @Reagan04 @buenoboss @WVProgressive Iowa Caucus Results: Turnout: 198,872 Votes Donald Trump: 25.98% -

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@Fbarbarossa @Hestia11 @Cenzonico @ALiteralNeoliberal

Texas Primary Results:


Turnout: 3,037,845 Votes


Trump: 37.13% - 1,127,863 Votes - 65 delegates


Rubio: 25.61% - 778,112 Votes - 50 delegates


Carson: 22.45% - 681,876 Votes - 39 delegates


Bush: 14.81% -  449,994 Votes - 1 delegate

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@Fbarbarossa @Hestia11 @Cenzonico @ALiteralNeoliberal

Alaska Caucus Results:


Turnout: 30,522 Votes


Trump: 39.32% - 12,001 Votes - 13 delegates


Rubio: 24.43% - 7,457 Votes - 8 delegates


Carson: 23.91% - 7,299 Votes - 7 delegates


Bush: 12.34% -  3,765 Votes

 

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Final totals and news updates will come tomorrow night, as from here until then I am announcing a 24-hour break for myself after Super Tuesday.

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@Fbarbarossa @Hestia11 @Cenzonico @ALiteralNeoliberal

State Of The Republican Race Post-Super Tuesday:

 

Donald Trump: 37.47% - 3,927,933 Votes -309 delegates

 

Marco Rubio:  27.62% - 2,880,468 Votes - 247 delegates

 

Ben Carson: 19.58% - 2,007,757 Votes - 117 delegates 

 

Jeb Bush: 15.31% - 1,553,732 Votes - 39 delegates

 

Ted Cruz: 0.01% - 76,767 Votes - 8 delegates

 

Carly Fiorina: 0.01% - 86,084 Votes - 5 delegates

 

Rand Paul: 0.00% - 43,826 Votes - 2 delegates

 

Chris Christie: 0.01% - 53,665 Votes - 1 delegate

 

John Kasich(Who?): 0.00% - 2,345 - 0 delegates

 

 

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@Fbarbarossa @Hestia11 @Cenzonico @ALiteralNeoliberal

March 2nd Race Updates/Debate/Polling:

 

Debate: All candidates can send in a message, pander, and attack as usual.

 

Timeline: This turn will last until tomorrow morning EST to allow room for everyone to post or until everyone has posted. In-RP it will last from March 2nd to March 10th(All early-March contests are included in this turn)


News Updates: Super Tuesday saw perhaps the worst-case scenario for those hoping to stop Trump, as a surge from Jeb Bush and the strength of Ben Carson among rural evangelical conservatives proved to both weaken and lead to the failure of Rubio in a number of states. This failure from Rubio allowed Trump to capture all but 2 states voting on Super Tuesday, giving him strong momentum and over a 60 delegate lead. However, as the race continues many still have hope Trump can be stopped, though the continued presence of Bush and Carson may dash these hopes, or perhaps force them to a contested convention...

 


RCP National Polling Average:
Trump: 34.0%
Rubio: 30.7%
Carson: 18.9% 
Bush: 14.0% 
Undecided: 2.4%

 

RCP Maine Polling Average:
Rubio: 30.9%
Trump: 27.1%
Carson: 22.1%
Bush: 17.9%
Undecided: 2.0%

 

RCP Kansas Polling Average:
Trump: 35.7%
Carson: 25.6%
Rubio: 25.1%
Bush: 11.9%
Undecided: 1.7%

 

RCP Kentucky Polling Average:
Trump: 34.1%
Rubio: 27.8%
Carson: 23.0%
Bush: 14.1%
Undecided: 1.0%

 

RCP Louisiana Polling Average:
Trump: 36.3%
Rubio: 25.9%
Carson: 23.1%
Bush: 13.4%
Undecided: 1.3%

 

RCP Puerto Rico Polling Average:
Rubio: 65.9%
Trump: 14.0%
Bush: 10.2%
Carson: 7.7%
Undecided: 2.2%

 

RCP Hawaii Polling Average:
Trump: 34.0%
Rubio: 26.1%
Carson: 18.9%
Bush: 17.0%
Undecided: 4.0%

 

RCP Idaho Polling Average:
Trump: 35.9%
Rubio: 28.9%
Carson: 20.8%
Bush: 13.2%
Undecided: 1.2%

 

RCP Michigan Polling Average:
Trump: 33.6%
Rubio: 33.0%
Carson: 16.5%
Bush: 15.9%
Undecided: 1.0%

 

RCP Mississippi Polling Average:
Trump: 40.1%
Rubio: 23.5%
Carson: 23.4%
Bush: 11.2%
Undecided: 1.8%


 
 

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Jeb Bush announces that he will drop out and endorse Marco Rubio for the Republican nomination, citing the need to unite the party to make sure Donald Trump does not get the nomination! 

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Rubio campaigns in Kentucky, touting his closeness with several pols in the state (Notably leaving out Mitch ;) )

Rubio campaigns in Detroit, Michigan, where he vows to enlarge the GOP 

He ends the day in Baton Rouge, Lousiana, where he visits with several people in the state

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