Sunday, March 6, 2016

Marco Rubio wins uncontested primary in Puerto Rico

Paul Sancya / AP

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz didn’t bother to go to Puerto Rico.
  So, all Rubio had to do was show up and cough and he wins some delegates.   

CNN reports Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will win the Republican primary in Puerto Rico, CNN projects, picking up his second contest in a campaign that has been dominated by Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

With nearly three-fourths of all votes on the island, according to early results, Rubio could top the 50% threshold required to win all 23 of Puerto Rico's delegates.
The dominant issue facing the island commonwealth -- which has no electoral votes in the U.S. general election -- is a public debt crisis, with the government owing $73 billion.

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Despite want the corrupt media is trying to sell, this victory in Puerto Rico won’t stop Rubio from losing the Florida primary.