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Now that Super Tuesday is in the books, here are the total delegates awarded yesterday.
This was not the blowout victory Trump was hoping for.
Before results started coming in, Dave Wasserman of the Cook Political Report wrote that under 250 delegates for Donald Trump — Trump ended up with 210 — would be a “bad night.” So, that makes Super Tuesday a “bad night” for Trump?
Trump underperformed in Nate Cohn’s model, too:
Total delegates to date:
And with “provisional” delegates included:
In summary, Trump leads — but it’s not over:
And perhaps a Cruz-Rubio ticket is in the future?
On the Democratic side, it’s Hillary with a big lead thanks to superdelegates: