Donald Trump Wins South Carolina Republican Primary and Hillary Clinton Wins Nevada Democrat Caucus
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were the two victors in the latest primary elections, occurring last night. Trump's victory gives him momentum as Early Voting continues in Texas ahead of the Super Tuesday Primaries on March 1.
Ted Cruz told ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he thinks his campaign is positioned well going into Super Tuesday.
"Our game plan from day one was do well in the first four states and consolidate conservatives to go forward into Super Tuesday,” Cruz told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos Sunday on "This Week." “I think we're positioned ideally to do exactly that.”
Jeb Bush dropped out of the GOP presidential race, leaving five participants left for this Thursday's debate at the University of Houston. You can watch the next GOP Presidential Debate at Premiere Cinemas, at the South Plains Mall, Thursday, February 25 at 7:30pm.
Meanwhile, Clinton and Bernie Sanders both picked up delegates from Nevada.
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016
SOUTH CAROLINA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
Donald Trump 33.5% (all 50 delegates)
Marco Rubio 22.5%
Ted Cruz 22.3%
Jeb Bush 7.8%
John Kasich 7.6%
Ben Carson 7.2%
NEVADA DEMOCRAT CAUCUS
Hillary Clinton 52.7% (19 delegates)
Bernie Sanders 47.2% (15 delegates)