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BREAKING: SHOCKING Election Results Out Of Washington!

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Donald J. Trump has moved closer to officially winning the Republican nomination after winning Tuesday night’s Washington State primary unopposed.

While Trump has not cross the necessary 1,237 delegate mark, he will cross the line on June 7 when Republicans in the final 5 primary states vote.

From Politico:

Washington’s GOP has a conservative streak that Trump’s former rival Ted Cruz once hoped to capitalize on as he worked to block Trump from claiming the nomination. But without Cruz in the race, Trump has begun consolidating support among primary voters — and the results showed on Tuesday, when the Associated Press called the race for Trump.

However, the New Yorker’s win followed another sign of lingering division within the Republican Party after a bitter primary season; At a state GOP convention over the weekend, Cruz’s allies overwhelmed the event and elected 40 Cruz supporters (of 41 slots available) as delegates to the national convention. Party leaders, sensing the concerns that have accompanied similar delegate takeovers in the past, issued a statement Monday urging primary voters to turn out.

“While the delegates were elected this weekend at the state convention, their personal preferences will not be considered. Instead, YOU the Primary voters will decide,” the party said in a statement.

Though those delegates’ preferences would have been pivotal if the convention became a contested affair, they could still be influential in shaping the party’s platform and rules that will govern the GOP nominating contest in 2020.

Trump has largely turned away from the primaries and begun sharpening attacks on Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee. But state GOP leaders have used the remaining primaries and statewide conventions as platforms to plead for party unity against Clinton, worried that a divided Republican Party would hand the White House to Democrats in November.

Now that Trump has edged even closer to the nomination the question has turned to who the GOP frontrunner should pick as has running mate? Who would you choose? Share your thoughts below!

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2 Comments

  1. Adrian says:

    Why is it the headlines have nothing to do with the stories here? They are all tease.

    Google “Two Minute Conservative” for more.

  2. Woody says:

    Cruz just can’t face the fact that nobody wants him. He needs to back out and give up.

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