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2016 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary

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2016 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary

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42 pledged delegates to the Republican National Convention
 
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Candidate Donald Trump John Kasich
Home state New York Ohio
Delegate count 22 8
Popular vote 311,313 113,783
Percentage 49.3% 18.0%

 
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Candidate Marco Rubio Ted Cruz
Home state Florida Texas
Delegate count 8 4
Popular vote 112,822 60,473
Percentage 17.9% 9.6%

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The 2016 Massachusetts Republican presidential primary was held on March 1, 2016, as one of the Republican Party's 2016 presidential primaries. Massachusetts was one of eleven states that held both their Democratic and Republican presidential primaries on that day, dubbed "Super Tuesday". 42 delegates were allocated proportionally to all candidates who received at least 5 percent of the vote in the primary.

Donald Trump won the Massachusetts primary comfortably, in keeping with polls that had shown him with double-digit leads over his primary rivals in the state. Trump's victory also reflected his relative strength among Republicans in the Northeastern United States.[1] Trump received about 49% of the vote statewide. John Kasich and Marco Rubio came in second and third, respectively, each with about 18% of the vote. Ted Cruz came in fourth with just under 10% of the vote. Of the state's 42 delegates, Trump received 22 of them, Kasich and Rubio each received eight, and Cruz received four.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ Nelson, Libby (2016-03-01). "Donald Trump wins Massachusetts Republican primary". Vox. Retrieved 2020-04-28.
  2. ^ "Massachusetts Primary Election Results 2016". The New York Times. 2016-09-29. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2020-04-28.
  3. ^ Thadani, Trisha (2016-03-01). "Massachusetts gives Trump biggest Super Tuesday win; Clinton edges Sanders". USA Today. Retrieved 2020-04-28.
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