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Results Of March 8th GOP Primaries/Caucuses – Poll Projections Included For Purpose Of Comparison


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MARCH 8TH

POLL PROJECTIONS (Combined Averages For Michigan, Mississippi, Hawaii And Idaho)
Donald Trump: 36.9%
Ted Cruz: 18.4%
Marco Rubio: 16.6%
John Kasich: 10.1%

RESULTS (March 8, 2016)
Donald Trump
Total Votes: 740,467
Average Percentage: 38.6%
States Won: HI, MI And MS
Delegates Won: 71

Ted Cruz
Total Votes: 580,146
Average Percentage: 34.9%
States Won: ID
Delegates Won: 56

John Kasich
Total Votes: 373,917
Average Percentage: 15.3%
States Won: None
Delegates Won: 17

Marco Rubio
Total Votes: 180,813
Average Percentage: 10.8%
States Won: None
Delegates Won: 0

Total Delegate Allocation Since Iowa
Donald Trump: 458
Ted Cruz: 359
Marco Rubio: 151
John Kasich: 54

Total Vote Count Since Iowa
Donald Trump: 4,344,542
Ted Cruz: 3,579,114
Marco Rubio: 2,426,859
John Kasich: 1,088,248

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Results Of March 5th GOP Primaries/Caucuses – Poll Projections Included For Purpose Of Comparison


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MARCH 5TH

POLL PROJECTIONS (Combined Averages For Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana And Maine)
Donald Trump: 37.3%
Ted Cruz: 20.9%
Marco Rubio: 17.7%
John Kasich: 8.2%

RESULTS (March 5, 2016)
Ted Cruz
Total Votes: 230,209
Average Percentage: 40.9%
States Won: KS And ME
Delegates Won: 64

Donald Trump
Total Votes: 230,453
Average Percentage: 33.3%
States Won: KY And LA
Delegates Won: 49

Marco Rubio
Total Votes: 85,035
Average Percentage: 13.6%
States Won: None
Delegates Won: 13

John Kasich
Total Votes: 62,541
Average Percentage: 10.9%
States Won: None
Delegates Won: 9

Total Delegate Allocation Since Iowa
Donald Trump: 378
Ted Cruz: 295
Marco Rubio: 123
John Kasich: 34

Total Vote Count Since Iowa
Donald Trump: 3,603,634
Ted Cruz: 3,003,166
Marco Rubio: 2,221,583
John Kasich: 714,488

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Results Of GOP Super Tuesday Primaries/Caucuses – Poll Projections Included For Purpose Of Comparison


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SUPER TUESDAY

POLL PROJECTIONS (Combined Averages For Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont And Virginia)
Donald Trump: 30.1%
Ted Cruz: 20.1%
Marco Rubio: 18.9%
Ben Carson: 9.4%
John Kasich: 6.6%

RESULTS (March 1, 2016)
Donald Trump
Total Votes: 2,952,964
Average Percentage: 34.6%
States Won: AL, AR, GA, MA, TN, VT, VA
Delegates Won: 237

Ted Cruz
Total Votes: 2,507,233
Average Percentage: 25.4%
States Won: AK, OK, TX
Delegates Won: 209

Marco Rubio
Total Votes: 1,879,467
Average Percentage: 23.0%
States Won: MN
Delegates Won: 94

John Kasich
Total Votes: 544,649
Average Percentage: 8.6%
States Won: None
Delegates Won: 19

Ben Carson
Total Votes: 494,281
Average Percentage: 6.5%
States Won: None
Delegates Won: 3

Total Delegate Allocation Since Iowa
Donald Trump: 319
Ted Cruz: 226
Marco Rubio: 110
John Kasich: 25
Ben Carson: 8

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Results Of Early GOP Primaries/Caucuses – Poll Projections Included For Purpose Of Comparison


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IOWA

POLL PROJECTIONS (Average As Of January 31, 2016)
Donald Trump: 28.6%
Ted Cruz: 23.9%
Marco Rubio: 16.9%
Ben Carson: 7.7%
Jeb Bush: 4.1%
John Kasich: 2.9%
Carly Fiorina: 2.6%
Chris Christie: 2.4%

RESULTS (February 1, 2016)
Ted Cruz: Votes – 51,666 (27.6%) —— Delegates Won: 8
Donald Trump: Votes – 45,429 (24.3%) —— Delegates Won: 7
Marco Rubio: Votes – 43,228 (23.1%) —— Delegates Won: 7
Ben Carson: Votes – 17,394 (9.3%) —— Delegates Won: 3
Jeb Bush: Votes – 5,238 (2.8%) —— Delegates Won: 1
Carly Fiorina: Votes – 3,485 (1.8%) —— Delegates Won: 1
John Kasich: Votes – 3,474 (1.8%) —— Delegates Won: 1
Chris Christie: Votes – 3,284 (1.7%) —— Delegates Won: 0

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

POLL PROJECTIONS (Average As Of February 4, 2016)
Donald Trump: 31.2%
Marco Rubio: 14.0%
John Kasich: 13.5%
Ted Cruz: 11.8%
Jeb Bush: 11.5%
Chris Christie: 5.8%
Carly Fiorina: 4.8%
Ben Carson: 2.8%

RESULTS (February 9, 2016)
Donald Trump: Votes – 100,406 (35.3%) —— Delegates Won: 10
John Kasich: Votes – 44,909 (15.8%) —— Delegates Won: 4
Ted Cruz: Votes – 33,189 (11.7%) —— Delegates Won: 3
Jeb Bush: Votes – 31,310 (11.0%) —— Delegates Won: 3
Marco Rubio: Votes – 30,032 (10.6%) —— Delegates Won: 3
Chris Christie: Votes – 21,069 (7.4%) —— Delegates Won: 0
Carly Fiorina: Votes – 10,967 (4.17%) —— Delegates Won: 0
Ben Carson: Votes – 5,969 (2.27%) —— Delegates Won: 0

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SOUTH CAROLINA

POLL PROJECTIONS (Average As Of February 18, 2016)
Donald Trump: 32.9%
Ted Cruz: 18.1%
Marco Rubio: 17.1%
Jeb Bush: 10.5%
John Kasich: 10.0%
Ben Carson: 6.9%

RESULTS (February 20, 2016)
Donald Trump: 239,851 (32.5%) —— Delegates Won: 50
Marco Rubio: 165,881 (22.5%) —— Delegates Won: 0
Ted Cruz: 164,790 (22.3%) —— Delegates Won: 0
Jeb Bush: 57,863 (7.8%) —— Delegates Won: 0
John Kasich: 56,206 (7.6%) —— Delegates Won: 0
Ben Carson: 53,326 (7.2%) —— Delegates Won: 0

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NEVADA

POLL PROJECTIONS (Average As Of February 15, 2015)
Donald Trump: 42.0%
Ted Cruz: 20.0%
Marco Rubio: 19.0%
John Kasich: 7.0%
Ben Carson: 6.0%

RESULTS (February 23, 2016)
Donald Trump: 34,531 (45.9%) —— Delegates Won: 14
Marco Rubio: 17,940 (23.9%) —— Delegates Won: 7
Ted Cruz: 16,079 (21.4%) —— Delegates Won: 6
Ben Carson: 3,619 (4.8%) —— Delegates Won: 1
John Kasich: 2,709 (3.6%) —— Delegates Won: 1

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Total Delegate Allocation So Far
Donald Trump: 81
Marco Rubio: 17
Ted Cruz: 17
John Kasich: 6
Ben Carson: 4

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Atheist Assclowns Try To Block Star Of David From Being Included In Holocaust Memorial

Atheist Group Seeks To Block Star Of David On Holocaust Memorial – Big Government

An atheist activist organization wants a proposed Ohio statehouse Holocaust memorial to remove the Star of David symbol, which, the group claims, is an “exclusionary” religious symbol.

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According to The Columbus Dispatch, the non-profit Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), known for its activism concerning church-state separation, claimed that the inclusion of the Judaic symbol is a breach of the U.S. Constitution.

In a June 14 letter to Richard H. Finan, chairman of the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board, two FFRF officials said they have no objections to a Holocaust memorial at the statehouse, but claimed that the cut-out version of the six-pointed Star of David would be a violation of the separation of church and state as provided for in the Constitution.

“Permitting one permanent sectarian and exclusionary religious symbol… would create the legal precedent, for instance, to place an equally large or larger permanent Latin cross on Capitol grounds,” wrote Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor, co-presidents of the Madison, Wisconsin group. Gaylor is the daughter of Anne Nicol Gaylor, author of Abortion Is A Blessing. Barker said that the Holocaust memorial, as currently proposed, would amount to a “constitutionally problematic endorsement of religion.”

The FFRF officials said the memorial excludes five million non-Jews killed in the Holocaust, including Roma Gypsies, homosexuals, the disabled, and others.

“The monument could resemble numerous powerful war memorials across the U.S. which do not use any sectarian images, including the national World War II Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Korean War Veterans Memorial,” the FFRF officials wrote. “Each is secular in nature and without religious reference, which offends no one and is respected by all.”

Those who support the design of architect Daniel Libeskind argue that the statehouse memorial represents all victims of the World War II Holocaust, as well as the Ohioans who participated in the liberation of the Nazi death camps.

In March 2012, the FFRF also placed an anti-Catholic ad that was published by the New York Times. The ad, which criticized the Church’s position against ObamaCare’s HHS mandate, stated, “It’s time to quit the Roman Catholic Church. Will it be reproductive freedom, or back to the Dark Ages?”

The ad accused the Catholic Church of promoting “acute misery, poverty, needless suffering, unwanted pregnancies, overpopulation, social evils and deaths.”

In an appeal to Catholic women, the ad asked, “Apparently, you’re like the battered woman who, after being beaten down every Sunday, feels she has no place else to go.”

In response to the publication of the FFRF ad by the New York Times, Pam Geller of Atlas Shrugs submitted an ad along the same lines to the Times entitled, “It’s Time To Quit Islam.” The Times, however, rejected Geller’s ad because “the fallout from running this ad now could put U.S. troops and/or civilians in the [Afghan] region in danger.”

A final vote on the Holocaust memorial design will be held on Thursday morning at the Ohio statehouse.

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