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PRESIDENT TRUMP RULES OUT 2020 RUN

In a statement to the nation, President Donald Trump has announced his intention not to seek a second term as President of the United States.

Elected in 2016 with 304 electoral votes over Hillary Clinton, President Trump has been revered by grassroots activists as the one who would drain the swamp and restore the people's voice to Washington D.C., almost four years on and many are wondering if he's actually done that. Elected as President with no link to politics other than donations and a rather back and forth political allegiance between Republicans, Democrats and a brief stint in the Reform Party, he was seen as the end result of an America embracing populist politics. He is one of the few U.S. President's to have little to no Government experience or previous tenure in office.

No one thought that President Trump would win the Republican Primary, yet he emerged as a front-runner, beating established Republicans like Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and the conservative Ted Cruz. He was selected as the Republican nominee after securing victory in 41 primary contests across the country, running on a platform of what many perceived to be divisive politics, moving away from some standard Republican positions of the time. His nomination signaled a political shift in the Republican Party, their base had elected Donald Trump knowing these views, which left many such as President George W. Bush and other Republican standard bearers by the wayside in terms of having much influence or sway over the selection of a nominee. 

Packed with controversial and otherwise uncanny statements, President Trump declared that he would stop people of Islamic faith from entering the United States, announced an intention to build a full wall between the United States and Mexico, and take on China for their anti-U.S. policies in recent years regarding trade, security and North Korean relations. Some would argue that he has done this and some would argue that he hasn't. In one of his first executive actions, he banned the entrance and asylum from a number of Muslim majority nations in the Middle East, which was later upheld by the Supreme Court.

Plagued year on year by the existence of the Mueller investigation and losing the House of Representatives in the latest midterms, have for sure frustrated the President and other high-profile Republicans, who have lost unified Republican Government so early. Premonitions of the situation Republicans left President Obama in after Republicans regained the House of Representatives in 2010, in what has been considered one of the greatest electoral victories in history, at least for the Republican Party. 

A failure to repeal Obamacare and a failure to build a wall on the Mexican border has left two of Trump's signature campaign promises broken, the former thanks to the late Senator John McCain. A key takeaway for the Trump Presidency, like the last Republican Administration (aside from the War in Iraq and Afghanistan) would be major tax reform along with the recently signed Rebuilding American Infrastructure Act. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed in 2017, much to the ire of Congressional Democrats. Republican leaders such as Paul Ryan finally got their dream tax cut, which was off-put by President Obama in the White House from 2009-2017. 

As the oldest elected President in American history, President Trump stated that, at his age, it wouldn't be suitable or responsible for him to be at the country's helm for another four years. This means that the Republican field has been opened for a primary campaign, which would have otherwise been unlikely with a sitting Republican President. Political commentators are already touting the likes of Paul Vang and Rick Sharp to file their campaign and seek the Republican nomination.

President Trump will join the two member club of one-term President (still alive), alongside President Carter and President George H. W. Bush*.

*, for the purposes of in game, President Bush has not passed away. 

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Democratic Presidential Primary Polling

September 2019

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National

  1. Macmillan: 18%
  2. Travere: 15%
  3. Whitaker: 14%
  4. Pinnacle: 12%
  5. Bowers: 11%
  6. Brown: 9%
  7. Fitzpatrick: 9%
  8. Williams: 7%
  9. Storm: 5%
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Iowa

  1. Travere: 21%
  2. Macmillan: 15%
  3. Bowers: 13%
  4. Whitaker: 13%
  5. Pinnacle: 10%
  6. Fitzpatrick: 9%
  7. Brown: 7%
  8. Williams: 7%
  9. Storm: 5%
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New Hampshire

  1. Macmillan: 19%
  2. Travere: 14%
  3. Whitaker: 14%
  4. Pinnacle: 12%
  5. Fitzpatrick: 11%
  6. Brown: 10%
  7. Williams: 9%
  8. Bowers: 8%
  9. Storm: 3%

 

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Republican Presidential Primary Polling

October 2019

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National

  1. Vang: 63%
  2. Sharp: 37%
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Iowa

  1. Vang: 58%
  2. Sharp: 42%
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New Hampshire

  1. Vang: 67%
  2. Sharp: 33%
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South Carolina

  1. Sharp: 53%
  2. Vang: 47%

 

 

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Democratic Presidential Primary Polling

October 2019

 

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National

  1. Macmillan: 19%
  2. Travere: 14%
  3. Bowers: 13%
  4. Whitaker: 12%
  5. Brown: 11%
  6. Gonzalez: 10%
  7. Pinnacle: 9%
  8. Williams: 8%
  9. Storm: 5%

 

HML Dylan Macmillan (NY) @Macmillan

A well run campaign and the HML remains the frontrunner. But with such a passionate field that certainly makes you a target as the other candidates try to meet that 15% threshold. Watch your back. 

Governor Eric Travere (IN) @Dogslife

Your campaign remains strong, but if you hope to leapfrog Macmillan you need to talk a lot more about what makes Travere a unique candidate. When there is such a crowded and close field like this, you need to carve your own lane or risk fading into the background.

Congressman Ken Bowers (WV) @Sovereign

The Fitzpatrick endorsement gives you some temporary attention . . . don't waste the opportunity! The town hall is going well, keep it up.

Andrew Whitaker (FL) @Doomhammer

This is perhaps the worst advice of the night, so I apologize in advance. This is perhaps the most professional campaign that could be run. But you need some gusto to lead this pack. There's no passion behind the campaign . . . yet.

Congressman Vinny Brown (OH) @ILDem

A strong debate performance and strategic PRs means you're starting to gain the attention of moderates. Keep it up.

Daniela González (TX) @Jellybeans

 A veteran player starting in the middle of the pack can be dangerous. However, you have some challenges ahead of you. You've staked out some fairly conservative positions while running for Plains Governor. Will you continue to "stand on principle" as a pro-life Democrat even if it costs you the nomination?

Congresswoman Mary Blythe-Pinnacle (AR) @PinnacleAR

You came into this race with good name recognition, but in a crowded field like this the voters want to see more from you.

Olivia Williams (CA) @Williams

The debate performance didn't hurt you too badly, so keep on the grind. There's a long campaign ahead of you.

Congressman Osiris Storm (NY) @Osiris Storm

You shouldn't be too discouraged yet, you still have plenty of time to continue to communicate what your campaign is about. Keep it up. 

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    Iowa Straw Poll

    This should be treated as if the primary were occurring today to give you folks a firm idea of where you stand right now without any margin of error. Remember that in the Republican primary it's strictly proportional in Iowa whereas for the Democrats you have to meet a 15% threshold in order to receive any delegates from the state. I'm not going to give any super detailed strategy analysis yet, but I'm betting those of you who study your campaign's schedule compared to your opponents can learn a lot moving forward. What are they doing that you're not?

     

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    Iowa Straw Poll (Republicans)

    1. Vang: 53.72%
    2. Sharp: 46.28%
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    Iowa Straw Poll (Democrats)

    1. Macmillan: 17.30%
    2. Gonzalez: 16.83%
    3. Travere: 15.31%
    4. Brown: 14.06%
    5. Bowers: 12.36%
    6. Whitaker: 11.03%
    7. Williams: 6.24%
    8. Pinnacle: 5.50%
    9. Storm: 1.37%

     

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    Democratic Iowa Primary Results (52 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Travere: 22.34% (15 Delegates)
    2. Macmillan: 21.57% (14 Delegates)
    3. Bowers: 18.34% (12 Delegates)
    4. Gonzalez: 15.73% (11 Delegates)
    5. Brown: 11.53% (0 Delegates)
    6. Whitaker: 7.51% (0 Delegates)
    7. Pinnacle: 1.74% (0 Delegates)
    8. Storm: 1.24% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic New Hampshire Primary Results (32 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 41.15% (20 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 15.78% (12 Delegates)
    3. Gonzalez: 12.86% (0 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 11.63% (0 Delegates)
    5. Travere: 8.64% (0 Delegates)
    6. Bowers: 6.45% (0 Delegates)
    7. Pinnacle: 2.04% (0 Delegates)
    8. Storm: 1.45% (0 Delegates)

     

    Republican Iowa Primary Results (30 Delegates; Proportional)

    1. Vang: 54.68% (16 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 45.32% (14 Delegates)

    Republican New Hampshire Primary Results (23 Delegates; 10% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 68.81% (16 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 31.19% (7 Delegates)

     

     

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    Democratic Delegate Count (Superdelegates not included)

    1. Macmillan: 34 Delegates
    2. Travere: 15 Delegates
    3. Whitaker: 12 Delegates
    4. Bowers: 12 Delegates
    5. Gonzalez: 11 Delegates
    6. Brown: 0 Delegates
    7. Pinnacle: 0 Delegates
    8. Storm: 0 Delegates

    Republican Delegate Count

    1. Vang: 32 Delegates
    2. Sharp: 21 Delegates)

     

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    Democratic Nevada Primary Results (43 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 38.15% (18 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 20.28% (10 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 17.54% (8 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 15.44% (7 Delegates)
    5. Pinnacle: 5.95% (0 Delegates)
    6. Storm: 2.64% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic South Carolina Primary Results (59 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Whitaker: 27.87% (23 Delegates)
    2. Macmillan: 25.62% (21 Delegates)
    3. Storm: 15.62% (15 Delegates)
    4. Travere: 14.33% (0 Delegates)
    5. Brown: 12.81% (0 Delegates)
    6. Pinnacle: 3.75% (0 Delegates)

     

    Republican Nevada Primary Results (30 Delegates; Proportional)

    1. Vang: 58.36% (18 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 41.64% (12 Delegates)

    Republican South Carolina Primary Results (50 Delegates; WTA)

    1. Sharp: 50.95% (50 Delegates)
    2. Vang: 49.05% (0 Delegates)

     

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    Democratic Delegate Count (Superdelegates not included)

    1. Macmillan: 73 Delegates (+39 Today)
    2. Whitaker: 45 Delegates (+33 Today)
    3. Travere: 23 Delegates (+8 Today)
    4. Storm: 15 Delegates (+15 Today)
    5. Bowers: 12 Delegates
    6. Gonzalez: 11 Delegates
    7. Brown: 7 Delegates (+7 Today)
    8. Pinnacle: 0 Delegates (+0 Today)

    Republican Delegate Count

    1. Sharp: 83 Delegates (+62 Today)
    2. Vang: 50 Delegates (+18 Today)

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    Super Tuesday (Part 1/3)

    Democratic Alabama Primary Results (60 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Whitaker: 31.56% (22 Delegates)
    2. Macmillan: 29.68% (21 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 23.43% (17 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.70% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.63% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic DC Primary Results (46 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 32.31% (18 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.38% (15 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 23.48% (13 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 11.12% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.71% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Georgia Primary Results (117 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 31.01% (43 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 29.13% (41 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 23.48% (33 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 11.64% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.74% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Kentucky Primary Results (60 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Travere: 35.12% (24 Delegates)
    2. Macmillan: 26.19% (19 Delegates)
    3. Whitaker: 23.65% (17 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 9.52% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 5.52% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Maine Primary Results (30 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 36.71% (14 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 26.29% (9 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 21.58% (7 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.66% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.76% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Michigan Primary Results (147 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Travere: 28.86% (52 Delegates)
    2. Macmillan: 28.49% (49 Delegates)
    3. Whitaker: 26.59% (46 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 11.41% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.65% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Vermont Primary Results (26 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 30.59% (9 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 24.33% (7 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 19.35% (6 Delegates)
    4. Storm: 15.94% (4 Delegates)
    5. Brown: 9.79% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Virginia Primary Results (109 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 31.66% (41 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.02% (37 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 23.11% (31 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.59% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 6.62% (0 Delegates)

     

    Republican Alabama Primary Results (50 Delegates; 20% Threshold)

    1. Sharp: 51.93% (26 Delegates)
    2. Vang: 48.07% (24 Delegates)

    Republican DC Primary Results (19 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 71.48% (14 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 28.52% (5 Delegates)

    Republican Georgia Primary Results (76 Delegates; 20% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 54.14% (41 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 45.86% (35 Delegates)

    Republican Kentucky Primary Results (46 Delegates; 5% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 57.40% (26 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 42.60% (20 Delegates)

    Republican Maine Primary Results (23 Delegates; 10% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 62.99% (15 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 37.01% (8 Delegates)

    Republican Michigan Primary Results (59 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 62.13% (37 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 37.87% (22 Delegates)

    Republican Vermont Primary Results (16 Delegates; 20% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 67.30% (11 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 32.70% (5 Delegates)

    Republican Virginia Primary Results (49 Delegates; Proportional)

    1. Vang: 62.77% (31 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 37.23% (18 Delegates)

     

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    Democratic Delegate Count (Superdelegates not included)

    1. Macmillan: 287 Delegates (+214 New)
    2. Whitaker: 239 Delegates (+194 New)
    3. Travere: 206 Delegates (+183 New)
    4. Storm: 19 Delegates (+4 New)
    5. Bowers: 12 Delegates
    6. Gonzalez: 11 Delegates
    7. Brown: 7 Delegates (+0 New)
    8. Pinnacle: 0 Delegates

    Republican Delegate Count

    1. Vang: 249 Delegates (+199 New)
    2. Sharp: 222 Delegates (+139 New)

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    Super Tuesday (Part 2/3)

    Democratic Arkansas Primary Results (37 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 31.49% (15 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.68% (13 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 24.18% (9 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.92% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.73% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Louisiana Primary Results (59 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 31.70% (22 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.21% (20 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 24.02% (17 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 11.26% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.81% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Massachusetts Primary Results (116 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 31.84% (43 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 31.25% (42 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 21.95% (31 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.66% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.30% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Minnesota Primary Results (93 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Travere: 30.37% (33 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 27.72% (31 Delegates)
    3. Macmillan: 27.03% (29 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.19% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.69% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Mississippi Primary Results (41 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 31.42% (15 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.61% (14 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 24.25% (12 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.97% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.75% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Tennessee Primary Results (75 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Whitaker: 32.14% (28 Delegates)
    2. Macmillan: 30.05% (26 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 23.00% (21 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.27% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.54% (0 Delegates)

     

    Republican Arkansas Primary Results (40 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Sharp: 51.85% (21 Delegates)
    2. Vang: 48.15% (19 Delegates)

    Republican Louisiana Primary Results (46 Delegates; 20% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 55.22% (25 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 44.78% (21 Delegates)

    Republican Massachusetts Primary Results (42 Delegates; 5% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 66.14% (28 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 33.86% (14 Delegates)

    Republican Minnesota Primary Results (38 Delegates; 10% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 63.13% (24 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 36.87% (14 Delegates)

    Republican Mississippi Primary Results (40 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Sharp: 53.60% (22 Delegates)
    2. Vang: 46.40% (18 Delegates)

    Republican Tennessee Primary Results (58 Delegates; 20% Threshold)

    1. Sharp: 50.25% (30 Delegates)
    2. Vang: 49.75% (28 Delegates)
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    Democratic Delegate Count (Superdelegates not included)

    1. Macmillan: 437 Delegates (+150 New)
    2. Whitaker: 387 Delegates (+148 New)
    3. Travere: 329 Delegates (+123 New)
    4. Storm: 19 Delegates (+0 New)
    5. Bowers: 12 Delegates
    6. Gonzalez: 11 Delegates
    7. Brown: 7 Delegates (+0 New)
    8. Pinnacle: 0 Delegates

    Republican Delegate Count

    1. Vang: 391 Delegates (+142 New)
    2. Sharp: 344 Delegates (+122 New)

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    Super Tuesday (Part 3/3)

    Democratic Alaska Primary Results (20 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 33.99% (8 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.81% (7 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 21.72% (5 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 11.00% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.48% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Hawaii Primary Results (35 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 31.91% (14 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 25.27% (12 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 21.61% (9 Delegates)
    4. Storm: 10.79% (0 Delegates)
    5. Brown: 10.42% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Idaho Primary Results (27 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 32.97% (11 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.56% (9 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 23.68% (7 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 10.15% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.64% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Kansas Primary Results (37 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 27.18% (11 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 24.84% (10 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 20.76% (9 Delegates)
    4. Storm: 16.89% (7 Delegates)
    5. Brown: 10.33% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Oklahoma Primary Results (42 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 30.40% (16 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.96% (14 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 24.16% (12 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 11.68% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 4.80% (0 Delegates)

    Democratic Texas Primary Results (251 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 30.03% (90 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 29.24% (88 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 23.36% (73 Delegates)
    4. Brown: 11.06% (0 Delegates)
    5. Storm: 6.31% (0 Delegates)

     

    Republican Alaska Primary Results (28 Delegates; 13% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 54.07% (15 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 45.93% (13 Delegates)

    Republican Hawaii Primary Results (19 Delegates; Proportional)

    1. Vang: 65.31% (12 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 34.69% (7 Delegates)

    Republican Idaho Primary Results (32 Delegates; 20% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 56.12% (18 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 43.88% (14 Delegates)

    Republican Kansas Primary Results (40 Delegates; 10% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 66.30% (27 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 33.70% (13 Delegates)

    Republican Oklahoma Primary Results (43 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 59.76% (26 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 40.24% (17 Delegates)

    Republican Texas Primary Results (155 Delegates; 20% Threshold)

    1. Vang: 55.91 (87 Delegates)
    2. Sharp: 44.09% (68 Delegates)
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    Democratic Delegate Count (Superdelegates not included)

    1. Macmillan: 587 Delegates (+150 New)
    2. Whitaker: 527 Delegates (+140 New)
    3. Travere: 444 Delegates (+115 New)
    4. Storm: 26 Delegates (+7 New)
    5. Bowers: 12 Delegates
    6. Gonzalez: 11 Delegates
    7. Brown: 7 Delegates (+0 New)
    8. Pinnacle: 0 Delegates

    Republican Delegate Count

    1. Vang: 576 Delegates (+185 New)
    2. Sharp: 476 Delegates (+132 New)

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    POTUS Primary Turn 6

    Democratic Arizona Primary Results (85 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 41.99% (36 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 31.52% (27 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 26.49% (22 Delegates)

    Democratic Colorado Primary Results (78 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 39.98% (32 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 32.55% (25 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 27.47% (21 Delegates)

    Democratic Florida Primary Results (246 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 37.36% (92 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 36.48% (90 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 26.16% (64 Delegates)

    Democratic Illinois Primary Results (182 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 35.74% (65 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 32.70% (60 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 31.56% (57 Delegates)

    Democratic Missouri Primary Results (84 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 34.85% (30 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 30.80% (26 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 34.35% (28 Delegates)

    Democratic New York Primary Results (291 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 42.91% (125 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 31.28% (91 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 25.81% (75 Delegates)

    Democratic North Carolina Primary Results (121 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 39.81% (48 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 33.72% (41 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 26.47% (32 Delegates)

    Democratic North Dakota Primary Results (23 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 42.43% (10 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 31.82% (7 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 25.75% (6 Delegates)

    Democratic Ohio Primary Results (160 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 37.76% (61 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 31.33% (50 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 30.91% (49 Delegates)

    Democratic Utah Primary Results (37 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 42.36% (16 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 31.51% (12 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 26.13% (9 Delegates)

    Democratic Wisconsin Primary Results (96 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 35.49% (34 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 31.15% (30 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 33.36% (32 Delegates)

    Democratic Wyoming Primary Results (18 Delegates; 15% Threshold)

    1. Macmillan: 49.64% (9 Delegates)
    2. Whitaker: 28.00% (5 Delegates)
    3. Travere: 22.36% (4 Delegates)
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    Democratic Delegate Count (Superdelegates not included)

    1. Macmillan: 1,145 Delegates (+558 New)
    2. Whitaker: 991 Delegates (+464 New)
    3. Travere: 843 Delegates (+399 New)
    4. Storm: 26 Delegates
    5. Bowers: 12 Delegates
    6. Gonzalez: 11 Delegates
    7. Brown: 7 Delegates
    8. Pinnacle: 0 Delegates

    Republican Delegate Count

    1. Vang: 1,263 Delegates (+687 New)
    2. Sharp: 476 Delegates

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    The Midwest Senate Race is heating up.  Missouri native Jonathan Grant has a growing lead in the Midwest over Iowa Union leader Craig Daniels.  We have reporting for per state polling below.

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    David Spalding of Wyoming continues a commanding lead over Zach Himes of Oklahoma for the Plains Governor.  Spalding's lead is strongly dictated by his substantial lead in Lone Star State.  Zach Himes has been making his rounds to gain leads in many of the northern plains states where he is headed for victory.  I guess we will find out whether or not Zach Hime's broad state strategy will make up enough ground to win him the Governorship.

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    In the tightest of races, Congressman John Allen of California is deadlocked in a race against Democratic businessman Brian Much of Washington.  Mr. Much holds a strong lead in California which is keeping him in the race while Rep. Allen has been gaining momentum in every state but Hawaii.  This one's definitely going to be a nail-biter. 

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    This Southeast match-up faces old vs the young.  Former pro-wrestler Chad Allegra has decided to enter the political realm.  Allegra's charm and his career as a celebrity makes him an intriguing candidate that should not be overlooked.  Former Secretary of Defense and General Andrew Whitaker isn't as flashy of a candidate as Mr. Allegra but is much more well known among most voters and has significantly more experience.  After losing by less than 1% in the 2019 Special Election for regional governor, many voters in this region simply knows Secretary Whitaker.  Although Secretary Whitaker holds a slight lead, Allegra has the potential to excite the region and gain momentum.

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