Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton haven’t been doing so well lately, but that changed with big wins in the state both candidates call home.
Trump was projected to be the winner with 61% of the vote, with John Kasich getting 25% and Ted Cruz getting 15%. (Voters there didn’t like Cruz’s slur against Trump’s “New York values.” Lesson: If you are running for office, don’t insult anyone you want to vote for you. Then again, New York values tend not to favor Cruz’s brand of conservatism anyway.)
If Trump gets 50% in all of the state’s 27 congressional districts (something we won’t know for awhile), he may walk away with all 95 delegates, making it all the harder for the Republicans convention to deny him the nomination on the first ballot.