Black voters powered Clinton to victory in SC, with 8 in 10 voting for her, and are expected to be the difference makers for Clinton throughout the South. An Emerson College survey earlier in February showed the contenders tied, but a WBUR Democratic primary survey last week gave Clinton a 5 percentage point edge over Sanders, the Boston Globe reports.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are eyeing an opportunity to pull away from their rivals on Super Tuesday, a delegate-rich dash across the country that could accelerate their march toward the general election. In the scenario that appears most likely to emerge from the primary contests, Clinton tops Trump 52 percent to 44 percent among registered voters. Rubio has emerged as the Republican establishment's favored candidate to take on Trump for the presidential ...
Democratic U.S. presidential candidates U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talk at the start of a commercial break during the Democratic presidential candidates debate at St. "I intend to be in this race as long as it takes to prevent someone like Donald Trump, who is not a conservative and is a con man, from taking over the conservative movement and the party of Reagan", Rubio told Fox News on Monday.
Scores of riots police stood by as bulldozers cleared the makeshift living spaces. She was seen in front of a mob of mainly Afghan refugees hurling bricks and stones at officers who fought back with tear gas. Her office decried "intimidation" tactics by some activists who she said were manipulating migrants into refusing to accept government offers of shelter.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has voted in his hometown of Burlington, Vermont as Super Tuesday kicks off across 11 states. Sanders, now behind Clinton in pledged delegates as well as super delegates, has promised only that his campaign will "do well" when the Tuesday returns are counted.
Sorry Sanders, your home state of Vermont tends to be slow to report. The most recent poll released in Tennessee, conducted in January by Middle Tennessee State University , found Trump ahead of Cruz by a 33 percent to 17 percent margin.