WASHINGTON (AP) – Campaign 2016 heads out West today, as voters in three states head to the polls. Last night, all five presidential candidates made their case to voters in a CNN event.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton seek to pad their delegate lead over their underdog rivals as the 2016 race for the White House moves West on Tuesday. They are both eager to move past the divisive primary season.
Arizona and Utah feature contests for both parties, while Idaho Democrats also hold presidential caucuses. Republican Trump and Democrat Clinton hope to strengthen their delegate leads in a race that will decide the nominations.
Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republicans Ted Cruz and John Kasich are struggling to reverse the sense of inevitability taking hold around both party front-runners.
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