WASHINGTON — With math and momentum on his side after more big wins, Republican front-runner Donald Trump called on GOP leaders Wednesday to embrace the public’s “tremendous fervor” for his candidacy. If GOP leaders try to deny him the nomination…
Call it Mega Tuesday, Super Tuesday II, or any other name, you can follow all of the PBS NewsHour's election coverage as people in five states and one U.S. territory vote in presidential primaries on March 15.
By Daniel Bush
The primary process isn’t over yet, but tonight helped define the race on both sides. Here are a few quick takeaways from Super Tuesday 2.
By Sergio Bustos, Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio dropped out of the race for president on Tuesday, ending his White House bid after a humbling loss in his home state to Donald Trump.
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
Five more states chime in to the rambunctious campaign 2016 conversation on Tuesday, and no one's listening with greater interest than Marco Rubio and John Kasich, both of them desperate to win their home states and avoid being flattened by…
By Brendan Farrington and Sergio Bustos, Associated Press
BONIFAY, Fla. -- There's a big difference between north Florida and South Florida. As different as Alabama and New England.
With thousands of Puerto Ricans leaving the island for Florida, potential new voters means the U.S. territory's issues can no longer be ignored.
By Michael Beckel, Center for Public Integrity
Sen. Marco Rubio's presidential bid has benefited from lobbyists more than any other Republican still in the race, according to a Center for Public Integrity review of campaign finance data.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was among the Republican Party's biggest stars when he burst onto the national stage in the tea party wave of 2010. Now, he is facing a home-state showing on Tuesday that could devastate his 2016 presidential…
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
Republican presidential candidates Marco Rubio and John Kasich suggested Saturday they may not support Donald Trump if he becomes the GOP nominee, as violence at the front-runner's rallies deepened the party's chaotic chasm.
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