Trump Sweeps Caucuses in Michigan, Idaho, and Missouri Ahead of Super Tuesday

Former President Donald Trump won the states of Michigan, Idaho, and Missouri on Saturday, just days away from Super Tuesday.

All three states held presidential caucuses for a total of 95 delegates. There were 54 delegates in Missouri up for grabs, 39 in Michigan, and 32 in Idaho. Trump also took 12 at-large delegates from the Michigan primary last Tuesday.

The total delegate count for Trump is 247 with Nikki Haley in 2nd place at 24.

Haley has been campaigning in North Carolina, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Trump has been campaigning in Virginia and North Carolina.

There are 15 GOP states at play on March 5th:

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia.

For the Democrat Party, President Joe Bide currently has 206 delegates and two additional delegates are “uncommitted.”

There are two other Democrat candidates running for the nomination as well: Dean Phillips and Marianne Williamson

For third party or independent candidates, several individuals are running.

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