On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton also has a solid lead. She's got a double-digit lead over Bernie in the polls, and it will likely hold in the voting as well. The more interesting race in the Democratic primary will be the contest to replace the retiring Senator Barbara Mikulski, which has two strong contenders.
Chris Van Hollen is the favored establishment candidate, while Donna Edwards has run a very progressive campaign. I personally got the chance to hear Edwards speak last summer, and came away very impressed.
She's a real fireball on the stump, but it may not be enough to overcome the establishment edge Van Hollen enjoys. Polling for this race was neck-and-neck last month, but recently Van Hollen seems to be pulling away.
There is still the possibility of an upset here, but right now Van Hollen has the late-breaking momentum. In terms of delegates, Pennsylvania is the big prize tomorrow night.
Because of this, it also has had the most polling data available. However, the trendlines are pretty clear on both sides. Donald Trump will likely win big here, although he won't pick up all that many delegates by doing so. Pennsylvania Republicans have a rather arcane process for delegate selection and their unpledged delegates outnumber the pledged delegates to be awarded tomorrow night. So Ted Cruz could wind up with more delegates, when the dust settles. Trump, however, will dominate the vote totals. Interestingly, this is the only state to vote tomorrow where Ted Cruz is polling in second place.
He doesn't have a large edge over Kasich, but please remember that this state sent Rick Santorum to the Senate, so it would seem to be friendlier territory for Cruz.
No matter how the race for second turns out, though, Trump will easily win the vote. Hillary Clinton doesn't have as large a lead among Democrats as Trump holds among Republicans, but it will likely be big enough to assure her victory in the Keystone State. Some polls put Bernie Sanders within ten points of Hillary, but there just hasn't been any late-breaking surge towards Bernie or away from Hillary. So the safe bet is that the polling holds true and Hillary wins the state by a pretty comfortable margin. Pennsylvania, like Maryland, will also have a hard-fought Senate primary for Democrats, pitting Joe Sestak against Katie McGinty in a battle between an establishment Democrat McGinty and a candidate the party tried to take down Sestak.
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The polls are very close, so it could really go either way. The nation's smallest state will also vote tomorrow night. Not a whole lot of polling exists here, but it's pretty clear on the Republican side. Donald Trump will sail to victory here, with a huge margin.
John Kasich looks to take second, with Cruz far behind. The Democratic race, however, is nothing but a coin flip, at this point. Only two polls were released this month, and they contradict each other. One had Clinton up by nine and one had Sanders up by four That's about as close as you can get, with only two polls to go on. So I'm going to go with my gut on this one and say that Bernie pulls out a win. If he really is seeing late momentum here, then he's got a good chance to beat Clinton -- the best chance of the three states he even has a shot at winning, in fact.
I could be wrong, and I have no idea what the margins will be, but I'm going to go ahead and call Rhode Island for Sanders. If he wins here but nowhere else, it'll kind of be a consolation prize, but then I could always be wrong about Delaware and Connecticut, too. Performs service calls for emergency breakdowns. Clean Driving Record Driver's License. What would you suggest Waste Management management do to prevent others Is the pay weekly or biweekly? Waste Management - Wildwood, Florida. Job Spotter - 8 days ago - save job - more View all Transportation For All, Inc.
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