Three candidates remain, with Donald Trump leading the pack. John Kasich has remained in the race despite the fact that it’s mathematically impossible for him to garner enough delegates to secure the nomination.
In other words, math has ended the Kasich campaign before he did.
It’s Trump vs. Cruz at this point, and Trump’s lead is widening. In fact, while someone like Kasich would need to get more than 100% of the remaining votes to win the nomination (a feat possible only if he were to learn from the Democrats and get the dead to vote for him), thinks aren’t looking good for Cruz either.
In fact, Cruz would need to win 87% of the remaining delegates from primary States to secure the nomination.
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