BROOKFIELD, Wis. — Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz won the endorsement of Wisconsin governor — and former GOP rival — Scott Walker Tuesday as all five candidates converged on his state ahead of its key primary.
By Lisa Desjardins
Today marks exactly 365 days since the starting pistol of the 2016 race, when Texas Senator Ted Cruz became the first in either party to announce a presidential candidacy. Since then the field of hopefuls swelled to 22 and shrunk…
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump scored big victories in Tuesday’s primaries and hold narrow leads in Missouri, where the races have yet to be called. While Sen. Marco Rubio suspended his campaign after losing Florida, Gov. John Kasich was energized…
By Steve Peoples and Julie Pace, Associated Press
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 PBS NewsHour
Five big states -- Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, Illinois and Missouri -- come to the fore Tuesday night, as the latest round of primary voting promises to either push the frontrunners past their dogged opponents or breathe new life into…
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.
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