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    Interesting that it shows the Republicans put the more conservative states early on in the process and more moderate ones last after most of the decision as to who will be the party nominee has basically been made.



    Bigger circles means more delegates at stake. And the later primaries are more "winner take all" scenarios.
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    Interesting in that Rubio has survived enough so moderate states could give him an edge later on.(May)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippyjuan View Post
    Interesting that it shows the Republicans put the more conservative states early on in the process and more moderate ones last after most of the decision as to who will be the party nominee has basically been made.



    Bigger circles means more delegates at stake. And the later primaries are more "winner take all" scenarios.
    Missouri is winner take at if one gets 50%+1 vote. Otherwise, the delegates are apportioned. Looks like the outliers are here for a while...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan2017 View Post
    Interesting in that Rubio has survived enough so moderate states could give him an edge later on.(May)
    Rubio should have done well in MA, NH or VT. He can not even win the bluest states. Actually Trump has won all of them, so he likely will win CA, NY. My guess is Kasich is staying in because the GOP want him in taking delegates from Trump in moderate states while Cruz continues to gets the solid red vote. I could see Kasich getting to be on the ticket as the VP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unknown.User View Post
    I have a hard time seeing Kasich as the VP pick. He isn't very popular with any segment it seems. Trump will probably pick someone that can smooth things over with congress... I am not sure Kasich is the guy....

    http://www.politico.com/magazine/sto...mpshire-213589

    Honestly I do not think Trump if he is nominated will get to pick the VP. That is the deal he will make to gain support with the GOP masters. Kasich appeals better compared to Trumps crazy antics. The Cruz supporters will vote for Trump as he is not Hillary. Kasich would attract more independents and crossovers in democrat states.
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