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Saturday, March 5, 2016

Another set of caucuses, another open line.

Posted By on Sat, Mar 5, 2016 at 4:19 PM

Here's the open line. With Republican presidential votes in four states today there will be political news. So far, it appears Ted Cruz will win Kansas and Maine, with Donald Trump second. Marco Rubio fans continue to insist his regular third place efforts demand that Cruz get out of HIS way.

I said in error originally that five states were being contested today by Republucans. 

UPDATE:  Kansas and Nebraska go for Bernie Sanders. Trump seems likely to win Kentucky and Louisiana. Hillary Clinton's expected win in Louisiana might give her a net delegate win for the day.  


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