Donald Trump also won Haley in the North Dakota caucuses

Donald Trump also won Haley in the North Dakota caucuses

Former President of the United States and considered Republican Party nominee White House, Donald TrumpThis Monday, ahead of Super Tuesday, his rival in the Conservative race. Nikki HaleyIn the caucuses North Dakota.

Trump is going to put 29 delegates at stake after winning 84.6% of the vote, compared to Haley's 14.1%.

With this new victory, the former president will gain 273 delegates, only 43 Nikki Haley. Hawley scored this Sunday in the District of Columbia, his only victory so far in the primaries.

Reasons for that North Dakota This Monday, ahead of Super Tuesday, is the key date Presidential primaries 15 states, including California and Texas, are called to vote.

In addition to California and Texas, Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia are their principal states.

In total, 865 delegates are at stake this Super Tuesday, 35.6% of those distributed in nearly six months of presidential elections.

Although that is expected Trump Despite comfortably winning all the states, the former president still has to wait to declare himself the primary and virtual candidate Presidency In Elections 1,215 will be needed because there are not enough delegates this November, Super Tuesday.

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