Yes, Donald Trump Sr. If he decides not to run in , his son, Donald Trump Jr. Welcome to betting on U. The first thing you need to do is sign up at an online sportsbook of your choice that offers U. After the sign-up process and depositing some money to bet with, you have determined you want to bet on a potential candidate. The betting odds should be listed similar to this:. Now, if you believe that Joe Biden will win the U. You make a bet like this far off in advance of the event, in this case the person to win the U.
To make a bet like this, you would first use the info contained in this article to handicap your wager along with keeping up with the daily news cycle of U. Scott Hastings Tue, Feb 9, am. The handicapping, sports odds information contained on this website is for entertainment purposes only.
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The candidates were roughly divided into three camps, with grassroots conservatives represented by Cruz and Carson, the Christian right represented by Huckabee and Santorum, and moderates or establishment represented by Bush and Christie. Several - such as Rubio, Walker and Kasich - were seen as having political backgrounds that may be appealing to both conservatives and moderates. In contrast, only three of the candidates, Carson, Trump and Fiorina, were true non-establishment candidates in the sense that they had no formal political experience; though Fiorina is widely considered to have views in line with the establishment wing led by Bush and Christie.
The field was noted for its diversity, and was even called the most diverse presidential field in American history. Widely viewed as a very open contest with no clear front-runner, potential candidates fluctuated in the polls for an extended period from late to the end of In the year prior to the election season, a total of 17 major candidates campaigned for the nomination, thus making it the single largest presidential primary field in American history at the time.
Trump maintained wide poll leads throughout and into , primarily due to his brash and unapologetic style of speaking and campaigning. Trump emphasized a disregard for political correctness , as well as populist and nativist policies; he earned the support of working-class voters and voters without college educations , among other demographics.
Senators Cruz and Rubio emphasized their youth in comparison to most other candidates and their possible appeal to Hispanic voters. Despite Trump's lead in most national polls, the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses were won by Cruz due to his support among grassroots conservatives.
On Super Tuesday , Trump expanded his lead by winning seven of the eleven states, while the Cruz campaign gained new energy with victories in Alaska , Oklahoma , and the significant stronghold of Cruz's home state Texas. Rubio maintained significant momentum with strong finishes in Iowa third place , South Carolina second place , and Nevada second place , before finally claiming victory in Minnesota on Super Tuesday.
Between Super Tuesday and the beginning of the "winner-take-all" primaries, Cruz stayed nearly even with Trump, winning four states to Trump's five; Rubio won several smaller contests such as Puerto Rico and Washington, D.
In the first round of winner-take-all contests on March 15, Trump greatly expanded his lead by winning five of the six contests. After a significant loss to Trump in his home state of Florida, Rubio suspended [d] his campaign that same day. Meanwhile, Kasich finally gained some momentum by winning his home state of Ohio. As the primary season entered the spring, the mostly-consolidated field resulted in a closing of the gap between Trump and Cruz, with Trump sweeping the South , the Northeast , and parts of the Midwest while Cruz performed strongly in the West and scored a surprise victory in Maine.
Kasich, unable to win any other states besides Ohio, remained far behind in third place. After Cruz's upset win in Wisconsin , speculation began to arise that the convention would be a brokered one in which the establishment would choose Kasich or someone else, since both Trump and Cruz were not viewed favorably by the establishment. As April came to a close and Trump won a resounding victory in his home state of New York , both Cruz and Kasich were mathematically eliminated from winning the nomination without a brokered convention.
Both men then formed an alliance to block Trump from winning the nomination, ahead of the " Acela primaries" of five Northeastern states on April In a final push to block Trump's path to the nomination, Cruz announced that one of the former candidates for the nomination, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina , would be his running mate if he was the nominee.
Trump then went on to win all of the remaining primaries, sweeping the remainder of the West, Midwest and the entirety of the West Coast. With his victories in New Jersey and the remaining final states on June 7, not only did Trump officially surpass the necessary number of bound delegates, but he also broke the record of 12,, popular votes received by the winner of the Republican presidential primaries,  with over 14 million votes.
After Romney's unsuccessful campaign, the potential field was left without a clear future nominee, similar to that of Different speculations began rising from all sides of the right-leaning political spectrum as to who would make the best possible nominee: One faction of candidates included young freshmen senators, some with alliances to the Tea Party movement , such as Cruz, Paul, and Rubio, who in particular was the focus of attention immediately following In most national polls from late to mid, Rubio was leading due to being young, articulate, having a broad appeal among conservatives and moderates and also for his Latino heritage and continued efforts on immigration reform, which many viewed as possible tools to draw Hispanic voters to the GOP.
However, another narrative for the nomination, similar to that which drove Romney's campaign, was that the nominee needed to be a governor in a traditionally Democratic or swing state, with a proven record that would stand as proof that such a governor could be president as well.
The possible candidates that fit this criteria included Bush, Gilmore, Kasich, Pataki, Walker and Christie, who in particular had been rising in popularity due to his loud and blunt manner of speaking at public events, championed by some as challenging conventional political rhetoric.
After Christie's fall, the polls fluctuated from January to November Candidates who often performed well included Rand Paul, who won CPAC straw polls in , and ,    Wisconsin congressman and vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan the eventual House speaker and former candidates such as former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee and then-governor of Texas Rick Perry , further reflecting the uncertainty of the upcoming race for the nomination. In April , Robert Costa and Philip Rucker of The Washington Post reported that the period of networking and relationship-building that they dubbed the "credentials caucus" had begun, with prospective candidates "quietly studying up on issues and cultivating ties to pundits and luminaries from previous administrations".
Though Bush often polled in the low double digits, he was considered a prominent candidate due to his high fundraising ability, record as governor of Florida a crucial swing state and apparent electability. During this period from November until late January , the speculation fueled Romney's rise in many national polls as well, challenging Bush.
However, by the end of February, another challenger rose to match Bush in the polls: Walker, who often touted his record as governor in a traditionally Democratic state, particularly noting his victory in a recall election in the first governor in American history to do so , combined with his reelection in Walker and Bush balanced out in the polls from late February until about mid-June, at which point Trump entered the race.
Shortly after Trump announced his candidacy on June 16, , many pundits noted his uniquely outspoken nature, blunt language and rhetoric , often directly contradicting traditional political candidates. This style was seen as resonating strongly with potential Republican primary voters and Trump began to rise in the polls. Trump also polled well in the early-voting states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, often leading or coming in second in those states.
With the surge of Trump, a man who had never held political office, the general focus began to shift over to other non-politician candidates, commonly known as "outsiders" and the other two outsiders in the field quickly rose in the polls as well in the wake of the first two debates: Carson, who rose into second place after a well-received performance in the first debate and Fiorina, who rose into the top three after her performance in the second debate.
Perry suspended his campaign on September 11, , citing his failure to qualify for the primetime debates, his subsequent failure to raise a significant amount of money and his indictment as reasons. By the end of September, most polling averages indicated that the field was finally stabilizing in terms of public opinion and six candidates in particular were gaining traction and pulling away from the rest of the field by considerable margins.
By the third debate in late October, Bush and Fiorina's numbers were also beginning to fade, while Cruz was on the rise and began coming in fourth by most poll averages. By October, with the polls reflecting a field that seemed to be stabilizing, most commentators began to claim that the field had already established who the final four candidates—those who were in the race for the long-term and had the best chance of actually becoming the nominee—would be.
On December 21, , the same day as the deadline to withdraw from the ballot in his home state of South Carolina, Graham suspended his campaign. Eight days later, on December 29, Pataki, who was struggling to poll above the margin of error, suspended his campaign as well. The establishment candidates staked their bids on strong showings in New Hampshire and both Christie and Kasich saw upticks in their polling in the weeks before the primary.
The Republican debate of January 28, devoid of Trump due to priorities and conflicts with moderator Megyn Kelly after the debate in August, was the candidates' last shot at honing their message before the Iowa caucuses.
Immigration and foreign policy featured prominently in this debate and many candidates used the opportunity of a "Trump-less debate" to criticize the second-place Cruz, who was also being heavily criticized by prominent Republican leaders in the weeks before Iowa.
In the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses , Cruz won a narrow victory over Trump and Rubio. This caused the field to narrow to nine. Rubio used this narrative to pick up a number of endorsements in the days following the Iowa caucuses. However, in the New Hampshire debate of February 6, , Rubio repeated a talking point four times almost verbatim during an exchange with Christie, which led to sharp criticism of his performance in the aftermath and the beginning of the end of Rubio's campaign.
Kasich, who had held over town halls in the state, finished second in a surprise to many in the media. Cruz coming in third in the contest was also a shock to many, while Rubio slipped to fifth, behind Trump, Kasich, Cruz and Bush, whose campaign appeared to be revitalized following several months of apparent stagnation.
After coming in seventh place in both Iowa and New Hampshire, Fiorina suspended her campaign on February 10, The third contest was in South Carolina. Prior to the primary, Rubio picked up the key endorsement of Governor Nikki Haley , a feat seen as renewing his momentum after a disappointing finish in New Hampshire. Since Trump carried the vote both statewide and in each congressional district, his result netted him all 50 delegates available in the state.
Super Tuesday voting, after the early voting in February, decided nearly half of the delegate votes needed to achieve the 1, votes to win the nomination at the Republican National Convention — delegates at stake, to be exact.
Super Tuesday holds the primary voting for 11 states in the primary election process. Wyoming took a straw poll, but it was non-binding and no delegates were allocated on Super Tuesday. Leading up to Super Tuesday, a debate between the remaining five candidates took place in Houston on February 25, Political rhetoric and charges heated up with Cruz and Rubio teaming up to attack Trump. Trump won the contests in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia, while Cruz netted a strong victory in his home state of Texas and added victories in Oklahoma and Alaska.
Rubio won his first contest in the Minnesota Republican Caucus and finished a strong second in Virginia. Kasich won no contests, but he almost won in Vermont and finished second in Massachusetts. Carson did not win or place in any contest, netted only three delegates and though he initially expressed an intent to stay in the race, began showing signs of withdrawing in the days following Super Tuesday; he ultimately suspended his campaign on March 4, After Super Tuesday voting, but before winner-take-all voting was to begin, nine states, two territories and Washington, D.
During this period, delegates were at stake. On March 3, , the day before Carson dropped out of the race, Romney criticized Trump in a heavily publicized speech. Carson did not participate in the debate, as he announced the suspension of his campaign the next day, narrowing the field to four; he subsequently endorsed Trump on March 10, , the day after Fiorina endorsed Cruz. On March 5, Cruz won the Kansas and Maine caucuses by comfortable margins. Trump narrowly won the Kentucky caucus and the Louisiana primary.
Rubio and Kasich did not finish first or second on any primaries on "Super Saturday". The following day, the first of the primaries to be held in a U. Despite some favorable polling in Michigan,  Kasich did not win any primaries, but he still picked up 17 delegates. Neither Rubio nor Kasich finished first or second in any primaries held that day.
In the Virgin Islands caucuses on March 10, a slate composed wholly of uncommitted delegates was initially elected. However, the entire slate was later disqualified by the territorial party and was replaced by the elected alternates — two uncommitted, two for Rubio and one each for Cruz and Trump. On March 12, the Guam caucuses endorsed eight uncommitted delegates and one unbound Cruz-supporting delegate.
Rubio and Trump both earned one delegate and another was elected as uncommitted. March 15 featured winner-take-all primaries in the delegate-rich states of Florida—Rubio's home state—and Ohio—Kasich's home state. It was widely seen as a very important day in the presidential race because of the large number of winner-take-all delegates at stake. In the days leading up to Florida, the remaining candidates announced prominent endorsements and Trump and Rubio in particular spent millions on television advertisements assailing the other in Florida.
The level of protest and violence at Trump rallies meanwhile became an object of criticism by other candidates; one such incident led to the cancellation of a Trump event in Chicago on March 13, Soon after the announcement of his loss in Florida, Rubio suspended his campaign. Kasich got on the board for the first time, winning his home state of Ohio to stave off elimination.
Kasich's victory in Ohio meant that the Republican primaries were the first since and the first in which every state held a contest in which more than three candidates won at least one state though in three candidates Mitt Romney , Rick Santorum , and Newt Gingrich won states and a fourth Ron Paul won a territory Virgin Islands while Democratic primaries have historically been more divided; examples are the Democratic primaries in five candidates won states , seven , six , five , five , and four.
The election in Missouri was very close, with Trump beating Cruz by fewer than 2, votes 0. Seven states and one territory voted between March 22 and April 19, , totaling delegates with New York the largest winner-take-most, 95 , followed by Arizona winner-take-all, The final debate between the candidates, which had been scheduled to take place on March 21, , in Salt Lake City , was cancelled after Trump and Kasich withdrew from the event.
Trump had initially announced that he would be absent as there had been enough debates; Kasich subsequently stated that he would not attend a debate without Trump. On March 22, with concerns about the border, immigration and national security at the fore, Trump won all 58 delegates in Arizona.
All of American Samoa's delegates were uncommitted. As a Trump nomination became even more likely, the Club for Growth and other backers of the Stop Trump movement began adopting increasingly drastic strategies to derail his nomination, including all-out opposition to him in Wisconsin, seen as one opportunity to deny him the 1, delegates needed to clinch the nomination. Toward the end of March, the competition between the three remaining candidates grew even fiercer. Referring to the pledge, Kasich stated, "all of us shouldn't even have answered that question".
April 3 had a North Dakota convention where Cruz gained support of eight delegates and Trump got one. Cruz later got six extra delegates committed to him. After Cruz dropped out, three delegates switched their support to Trump. The 13 uncommitted delegates backed Trump, giving him the support of 17 delegates and a majority. Trump won two congressional districts for six delegates. Following the Wisconsin primary, the three candidates moved on to Trump's home state of New York for its April 19 primary.
Trump and Kasich teamed up to assail Cruz for his earlier criticism of Trump's "New York values", while Cruz reiterated his claim that Trump has an inconsistent conservative record and stated that "the only reason Kasich is attacking me now is because Kasich is afraid of going against Trump if I dropped out.
On April 9, , Cruz won the Colorado delegates after taking a solid majority, the state's four uncommitted delegates declaring support for Cruz, bringing his total delegate count in Colorado to On April 16, , Cruz won all 14 at-large delegates in the Wyoming state convention. Following the New York primary, Cruz was mathematically eliminated from reaching the majority of 1, delegates to earn the nomination on the first ballot, as he needed more while only were available.
All delegates from American Samoa are unpledged. All delegates from North Dakota are unbound but some have declared support committed to for a candidate they can still change their minds. The delegate count from Colorado and Wyoming is given because there is no tally for popular vote.
These delegates, however, can choose to be bound to a candidate or to be left uncommitted. They indicated this when they filed to run for a delegate spot. On April 26, , five Northeastern primaries were contested—Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island—and were collectively termed the " Amtrak " or "Acela primary" in reference to the Acela Express , which runs through the area.
He claimed all the delegates available in Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland, as well as all 17 pledged delegates in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania also elected 54 unpledged delegates and both the Trump campaign and The Washington Post estimated that Trump would win the support of at least 39 of the Keystone State's 54 unpledged delegates. Trump attained 12 of the 19 there and of the by the end of the night. The night was also notable as Trump cleared 10 million votes, surpassing the vote total attained by McCain  and Romney  in and respectively.
The two aforementioned contests were won with the candidate receiving a majority of the popular vote nationwide in both and The next day, Trump received the support of 31 unbound delegates from Pennsylvania, while Cruz nabbed four of them, Kasich three, and five remained uncommitted. By late April, Cruz and Kasich had both been eliminated from getting 1, delegates, but they still had a chance to accumulate enough delegates to force a contested convention in Cleveland.
Realizing this, Cruz and Kasich attempted to focus their efforts in different states, with Cruz challenging Trump head-to-head in Indiana and Kasich challenging Trump in Oregon and New Mexico. The next day, Kasich also suspended his campaign, leaving Trump as the only candidate in the race.
Many Republican leaders and even former presidential candidates endorsed Trump after the withdrawal of Kasich and Cruz, but other party leaders such as Ryan, Romney and the entire Bush family withheld their support,  although Ryan endorsed Trump on June 2, After becoming the presumptive Republican nominee, Trump said regarding the Republican primaries: "You've been hearing me say it's a rigged system, but now I don't say it anymore because I won.
It's true. Now I don't care. On May 26, , the Associated Press announced that Trump had passed the threshold of 1, delegates required to guarantee his nomination,  thanks to unbound delegates from North Dakota who declared their support for Trump. Though initially pegged by pundits as being an important primary, the suspension of the Cruz and Kasich campaigns following the Indiana primary made the California primary merely a formality at that point, as Trump shattered the all-time record for votes in the Republican primaries set by George W.
Bush in of 12,, votes. The delegates selected the Republican presidential and vice presidential nominees and wrote the party platform. A simple majority of 1, delegates was needed to win the presidential nomination. On the first ballot, Trump won the nomination with 1, delegates, more than required. This is an overview of the money used in the campaign as it was reported to Federal Election Committee and released on July 21, Several such groups normally support each candidate but the numbers in the table are a total of all of them, meaning that a group of committees can be shown as technically insolvent even though it is not the case for all of them.
The source of all the numbers is the Center for Responsive Politics. States with primaries or caucuses in early March were to award their delegates proportionally. Any state that might have violated these rules was to have their delegation to the convention severely cut: states with more than 30 delegates would have been deprived of all but nine, plus RNC members from that state; states with fewer than 30 would have been reduced to six, plus RNC members.
The Republican Party presidential primaries and caucuses are indirect elections in which voters allocated or elect delegates to the Republican National Convention. These delegates can be bound or unbound to vote for a particular candidate. The election of the state delegation can happen directly or indirectly as the primary election table below shows.
According to Rule 40 b of the RNC Rules of the Republican Party,  enacted prior to the convention and amended most recently in , nominations at the National Convention may be made only of candidates who demonstrate the support of a majority of delegates of at least eight state delegations. Previously, this had been a lower threshold of a plurality in five states.
However, per Rule 42, Rules 26—42 are "Standing Rules for this convention and the temporary rules for the next convention ". While the current candidates operate under these temporary rules, it is unclear whether they will remain in place for the convention. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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Weld was the first Republican to win the statehouse of the Democratic-dominated New England state in 20 years when he was succeeded Michael Dukakis. He served from to , quitting during his second term to when he was nominated to be US ambassador to Mexico by Bill Clinton. He withdrew when his confirmation stalled in the Senate. In , Weld endorsed Democratic nominee Barack Obama. In , he supported Republican Mitt Romney. He supports abortion rights, was an early advocate for the legalization of same-sex marriage, and has promoted the legalization of medical marijuana since Biggest idea for the economy: Zero-based budgeting.
Weld wants to cut taxes and spending, beginning with the federal budget. Social media following: Twitter: 83,, Facebook: 85,, Instagram: Who will hate this candidate: Voters on the left who want more social programs and strong progressive policies, Republicans who support Trump. Trump is a sick man. The former South Carolina governor and member of Congress officially announced his bid on Sept. He was raised in Florida as the son of successful heart surgeon who had the family sleep in one bedroom to save on air-conditioning costs.
Warning of a financial storm ahead, he proposes much tighter control over the US debt ceiling. Social media following: Twitter 17,, Facebook : 79, Who will like this candidate: Libertarian voters, fiscal conservatives, Never Trump Republicans.
In , he sought the nomination in nine senate races—winning none. His program reflects the candidate bipartisan inclination. Social media following: Twitter 65,, Facebook : , Who will like this candidate: Moderate Republicans, conservative independents. If you tweeted a little less, demeaned others a little less, and were a little less braggadocious, it might make things easier as well.
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