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Trump Takes PA GOP Primary

trumpThe New Yorker has taken the Keystone State.

Trump has been declared the winner of the PA GOP Presidential primary.

The call was made as soon as polls closed.

With 99% of the precincts in, Trump has 888,456 votes or 57%.

Ted Cruz came in second with 338,440 votes (22%) while McKees Rocks-native John Kasich finished a disappointing third in his birth state with 302,895 votes (19%).

Trump gains seventeen delegates for winning the statewide vote. The other fifty-four delegates are elected by congressional district and are unbound for the convention. Tomorrow, we’ll break down who those 54 delegates are and who they’ll likely support.

37 Responses

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  2. LMAO

    Look at that photo of Trump, and then compare with all the glowing, smiling photos of the Democrats. There is no editorial bias here, of course . . . none WHATSOEVER!!

  3. Glad to se that Fred Hartley had something thoughtful and intelligent to say, which is more than most comments made this election year.

  4. I voted for Kasich and did not vote for any delegates, as those in my CD did not commit. Kasich got clobbered. And now my CD people will vote for Trump on the first ballot. I am speechless for what is left of my Party. I am not a RINO, just somebody who believes that a candidate for president should not be devoid of content, as Trump is. Kasich clearly has content. Cruz does, too, but he knows better than to say some of the things he says and promises (do away with the IRS, just to name one promise that will never be fulfilled). Since I am clearly in the minority here among PA GOP voters yesterday, I just wonder if there are enough of these voters, independents and disaffected Democrats who will vote for Trump in the fall. I very much doubt it. But, like almost everyone else, I have been wrong this year.

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