We know by now that Ted Cruz had no chance at capturing Indiana.
After months of excruciating fighting, the Texas Senator has finally bowed out of the race, essentially handing the nomination to Trump.
With the Indiana results ticking in, we want to look forward to California primaries in June.
It was a must-win state for Cruz. Unfortunately, the business mogul has the state tied up.
Donald Trump is leading Ted Cruz by a whopping 34 percentage points — 54%-20% — among likely Republican voters in California, a Survey USA poll for KUSA found.
That’s a significant gain for the Republican front runner, whose lead was only 8 percentage points in the last Survey USA poll a month ago. And it’s a significant loss for Cruz. The two were 40%-32% last month.
California, which holds its primary June 7, is the most delegate-rich state on the Republican primary calendar with 172 at stake for GOP hopefuls.
Either way, the magic 1237 will certain come to Trump, probably from California.