A relative said she will need multiple surgeries and won't be able to walk for months. Dalton is charged with shooting eight people , killing six of them, in a five-hour period in between driving customers for the Uber auto service in Kalamazoo, Michigan, about 150 miles (240 km) west of Detroit .
But if Clinton and Trump win big on Tuesday as opinion polls suggest, the chance of a general election matchup between them increases, adding another twist to a presidential campaign that has defied convention as US voters vent frustration over economic uncertainty, illegal immigration and national security threats.
Donald Trump, working to build an insurmountable lead, was campaigning in Arkansas with former rival New Jersey governor Chris Christie and calling Florida senator Marco Rubio a "light little nothing". He had 200 paid staff on the ground and an aggressive television advertising campaign. Blacks accounted for three-quarters of her supporters, while less-numerous whites made up two-thirds of Sanders voters.
If Clinton polls similar numbers in states like Texas and Georgia , she will open up such a large delegate lead over Sanders that the race of the nomination will be effectively over. "Move together into the future that we will make, thank you, god bless you, and god bless America", Clinton said as she left the stage. With 99 percent of precincts reporting, Clinton was beating Sanders in SC by a resounding 73-26 percent.
He specifically named S&A Construction, which was controlled by Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno and Paul Castellano, who headed two NY crime families, according to CNN . That's been his approach since a GOP debate in Texas on Thursday. Christie has grown deeply resentful of Rubio. Ironically, Christie's tactic was the same one used so effectively by Rubio against Trump on Thursday night, as he forced the billionaire to repeat the same talking points to describe a health care plan thin on detail.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton hope to leverage their victories in the SC primaries in the cluster of a dozen states that hold primaries and caucuses on Tuesday. In Texas, Clinton has a 29 point lead with 61 percent to 32 percent for Sanders. Not surprisingly, he won a majority among voters who want the next president to pursue more liberal policies than President Obama has.