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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Mon Feb 15, 2016 1:21 pm

Takings from the highest rated GOP Debate from Saturday Night has been released by multiple new sources, here is the summary:

1. Marco Rubio (Winner)
2. Jeb Bush  (Winner)
3. John Kasich  (Meh)
4. Ted Cruz  (Meh)
5. Dr. Ben Carson  (Loser)
6. Donald Trump  (Loser)
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Sat Feb 20, 2016 6:13 pm

Fox news projects that Hillary Clinton will win the Nevada Caucasus. Results subject to change.

Raw vote percentage: 100%

1.Hillary Clinton 53%
2.Bernie Sanders 47%


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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Sat Feb 20, 2016 8:16 pm

Fox news projects that Donald Trump will win the South Carolina Primary. Votes subject to change as raw vote total continues coming in. ((Numbered Candidates spots have been confirmed))

Vote total counted: 100%

1.Donald Trump 33%
2.Marco Rubio 22%
3.Ted Cruz 22%
4.Jeb Bush 8%
5.John Kasich 8%
6. Dr. Ben Carson 7%

Jeb Bush has announced he is suspending his campaign


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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Wed Feb 24, 2016 12:27 am

Fox News projects that businessman Donald Trump will win the Nevada Caucasus. Updates will be given as raw vote total comes out.

1. Donald Trump 46%
2. Marco Rubio 24%
3. Ted Cruz 21%
4. Dr. Ben Carson 5%
5. John Kasich 4%
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Sat Feb 27, 2016 8:58 pm

Fox news projects that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will win the South Carolina Primary, results updated as they come in.

Raw vote total 100%

Hillary Clinton 74%
Bernie Sanders 26%


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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Cruella on Sun Feb 28, 2016 12:33 am

Question from an Australia who gets super confused by these things,

So in the end, one republican nominee gets chosen, and the same with one democratic, and then those two face off right?
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Sun Feb 28, 2016 5:59 am

That is correct.

There are also other parties that pick candidates (Independent, Green, Communist) but none of them lead to anything
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by PyrrhonWheatley on Sun Feb 28, 2016 9:13 am

Care about more third parties? Libertarian, Bigganists, Reform, Constitution
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Sun Feb 28, 2016 7:00 pm

Notable endorsements-

Donald Trump:
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Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ)
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)
Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK)

Marco Rubio:
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Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA)
Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC)
Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA)
Donnie Wahlberg
Gov. George Pataki (R-NY)

Ted Cruz:
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Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX)
Micheal Tait (Lead singer of 'The Newsboys')
Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX)
Phil Robertson (Duck Dynasty)

John Kasich:
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Fmr Atty Gen. Alberto Gonzalez
The New York Times
Fmr NJ GOP chair. Fergus Cullen

Dr. Ben Carson
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by PyrrhonWheatley on Sun Feb 28, 2016 9:31 pm

There's a reason no one is endorsing Ben Carson
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Mon Feb 29, 2016 12:59 pm

Super Tuesday unofficial official Pregame overview:

Donald Trump: Predicted to win 9 of the 11 Super Tuesday states and coming up 33% ahead of second place Marco Rubio in the latest national poll, there is nothing Trump specifically needs to do to remain a factor in this race.

Marco Rubio: Coming off of a bloodbath war with Donald Trump, Rubio needs to win at least 1 state on Super Tuesday to remain a legitimate candidate. Of he does not, it is very improbable he will get the support to recover.

Ted Cruz: Falling into a third wheel position in the election despite leading 2 of 11 states, Ted Cruz needs to win his home state of Texas to remain a factor in the election. Of he loses Texas, he will likely drop out of the election.

John Kasich: John Kasich's strategy can be described as odd. Only focusing on states near his home state, Kasich has put the rest of his chips in on his home state of Ohio, which does not vote on Super Tuesday, Kasich does not plan to win anything on Super Tuesday, but is hoping for a decent finish in Massachusetts.

Dr. Ben Carson: I don't really know....The good doctor is hoping for an election miracle. It's a given he's not winning any of the state's, but perhaps a top 3 finish in one will give him the money to continue.

Scenarios:

IF the polls are correct: It may become a Cruz vs. Trump showdown.

IF Donald Trump sweeps Super Tuesday: The election is over, get used to having Donald Trump representing Republicans.

IF Rubio wins more than 1 state: Rubio will get a huge push and it will become a very tight Trump/Rubio battle.

IF John Kasich wins a state: Kasich will get momentum and possibly shoot past Rubio, but victory for him is still unlikely
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Tue Mar 01, 2016 8:01 pm

Polls updated as fast as possible.

Georgia: ((Predicted Winner: Donald Trump))

Democratic ((Predicted Winner: Hillary Clinton))
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Vermont: ((Predicted Winner: Donald Trump))

Democratic: ((Predicted Winner: Hillary Clinton))
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Virginia: ((Predicted Winner: Donald Trump))

Democratic ((Predicted Winner: Hillary Clinton))
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Alabama: ((Predicted Winner: Donald Trump))

Democratic: ((Predicted Winner: Hillary Clinton))
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Massachusetts: ((Predicted Winner: Donald Trump))

Democratic: ((Predicted Winner: Hillary Clinton))
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Oklahoma: ((Predicted Winner: Ted Cruz))

Democratic: ((Predicted Winner: Bernie Sanders))
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Tennessee: ((Predicted Winner: Donald Trump))

Democratic: ((Predicted Winner: Hillary Clinton))
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Texas: ((Predicted Winner: Ted Cruz))

Democratic: ((Predicted Winner: Hillary Clinton))
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Arkansas: ((Predicted Winner: Donald Trump))

Democratic: ((Predicted Winner: Hillary Clinton))
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Minnesota: ((Predicted Winner: Marco Rubio))

Democratic: ((Predicted Winner: Bernie Sanders))
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Colorado (D): ((Predicted Winner: Bernie Sanders))
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Alaska (R): ((Predicted Winner: Ted Cruz))


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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Fraction on Wed Mar 02, 2016 7:52 am

Please don't tell me Donald Trump is gonna be the next President or anything.

i no get politics ok.
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Wed Mar 02, 2016 8:14 am

Fraction wrote:Please don't tell me Donald Trump is gonna be the next President or anything.

i no get politics ok.
As of right now nothing is assured, but Donald Trump currently has the most Delegates

Donald Trump: 235
Ted Cruz: 162
Marco Rubio: 82
John Kasich: 25
Dr. Ben Carson: 8

And we know Hillary Clinton isn't going to win so...

To put it simply, if things keep going as they go, get used to saying President Trump
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Re: This Week: Indiana, Ted Cruz suspends campaign

Post by Ryan Fitzmagic on Wed Mar 02, 2016 12:16 pm

The unofficial official Post-Super Tuesday show

States won

Donald Trump 7
Hillary Clinton 7
Bernie Sanders 4
Ted Cruz 3
Marco Rubio 1

Winners & Losers:

Winner: Donald Trump

What better way to solidify yourself as frontrunner than by winning more than twice as many states as your closest counterpart, and that's exactly what Trump did, winning 7 of 11 of the major states. Other results will help Trump as well, for Cruz's wins in AK, OK, and TX, Rubio's win in MN, and Kasich's close second in VT give them all a reason to stay in and further split the anti-Trump vote.

Winner: Hillary Clinton 

The 'firewall' held for the former Secretary of State, giving her victories in 7 of 11 states on the Democratic side, putting her way past Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders in the delegate count ((about 1000-300)) and making her the likely nominee.

Winner: Ted Cruz

Considered lucky if he pulled out his home state of Texas, Ted Cruz shocked the pundits last night by pulling out three states. This makes a loud statement that the tea party Senator is still in this race and will likely attempt to pole vault over Businessman Donald Trump.

Loser: Marco Rubio

At first glance you could look at his win in Minnesota on Super Tuesday and say, "Well he didn't do bad." But take a deeper look and you realize he could have done much better, narrowly missing Virginia after campaigning heavily there and failing to get a single delegate in Texas will hurt him. Marco has a date with destiny on March 15, where he needs to win his home state of Florida, where he is currently polling 16% behind Donald Trump.

Loser: Dr. Ben Carson 

Dr. Ben Carson did not get higher than 4th place in any Super Tuesday state. Need I say more? It's time for the good doctor to realize that he is no longer a factor in this race and needs to drop out.

Loser: Chris Christie's face

If my phone wasn't giving me problems I'd post it. Either way, go watch Donald Trump's news conference and look at Chris Christie's facial expressions. They kind of took the spotlight away from Donald Trump.

Notable Mention: John Kasich

Kasich wasn't expected to make any impact whatsoever, but he almost beat Donald Trump in Vermont, which will help Kasich as he heads to his home state of Ohio where he needs to win.

Notable Mention: Bernie Sanders

Despite having a slim chance to actually win the nomination, Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders made a statement by pulling out 4 states, basically telling Clinton "It's not over yet."
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