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Delegate math says Trump is not inevitable nominee

2016 Elections

Delegate math says Trump is not inevitable nominee

There were 595 Republican delegates at stake in 11 states. There were still 40 delegates left to be allocated Wednesday morning

Delegate math says Trump is not inevitable nominee

MIAMI (AP) – Donald Trump’s delegate gains on Super Tuesday were limited by Ted Cruz’s big win in delegate-rich Texas – his home state.

For the night, Trump won at least 234 delegates and Cruz won at least 209. Marco Rubio was a distant third with at least 90.

There were 595 Republican delegates at stake in 11 states. There were still 40 delegates left to be allocated Wednesday morning.

Texas was the biggest prize on Tuesday, with 155 delegates at stake. Cruz won at least 99 delegates in the state and Trump got at least 33, with 20 left to be awarded. Rubio picked up three.

Overall, Trump leads with 316 delegates and Cruz has 226. Rubio has 106 delegates, John Kasich has 25 and Ben Carson has eight.

It takes 1,237 delegates to win the Republican nomination for president.

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