Apr 222016

Who’s got the most votes after NY & 5 “Super Nor’easter”, Indiana Onwards to June 14, 2016 Washington DC Primary? Clinton-Trump Likely Party Nominees, As GOP House Chairs Endorse Trump

We’ve complied a running total here of the primary and caucus votes earned by each of the political contenders, having a considered interest in the 2016 presidential election decision, as we approach this summer the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio on July 18-21, 2016, and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 25-28, 2016.

Who’s got the most votes after NY Primary?

  • Hillary Clinton ———— 10.7M
  • Donald Trump ——–— 8.8M
  • Bernie Sanders ——— 7.9M
  • Ted Cruz ——————— 6.6M
  • Marco Rubio ————— 3.4M
  • John Kasich –———— 3.1M

Who’s got the most votes after the 5 “Super Nor’easter”, Indiana, Kentucky, Oregon, Washington, California, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Washington DC Primaries?

Here’s an updated voter tally after the 5 “Super Nor’easter” Primaries in Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania and Maryland on Tuesday, April 26, 2016, Indiana Primary on May 3, 2016, Kentucky and Oregon Primaries on May 17, 2016, Washington Primary on May 24, 2016, California, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana on June 7, 2016, and Washington DC on June 14, 2016:

  • Hillary Clinton ———— 15.9M
  • Donald Trump ——–— 13.6M
  • Bernie Sanders ——— 12.2M
  • Ted Cruz ——————— 7.8M
  • Marco Rubio ————— 3.4M
  • John Kasich –———— 3.7M

Who’s closest to clinching the Democratic & GOP presidential nominations?

Clinton with 2,811 delegates (2,220 primary delegates, 591 super-delegates) to Sanders 1,879 delegates (1831 primary delegates, 48 super-delegates), making Clinton likely the Democratic presidential nomination (2,383 needed).

.@realDonaldTrump with 1,542 delegates to Cruz’s 559 & Kasich’s 161 (Rubio’s 171) has now clinched the GOP nomination (1,237 needed) on Thursday, May 26, 2016.

On May 3, 2016, Senator Ted Cruz suspended his presidential campaign, making Billionaire Mogul Donald J. Trump the presumptive GOP nominee. #MakeAmericaGreatAgain .@realDonaldTrump #Trump2016 #Decision2016.


(Washington, DCMay 13, 2016 – Today, nine Committee Chairs in the U.S. House of Representatives – Steve Chabot (Small Business), Michael Conaway (Agriculture), Jeb Hensarling (Financial Services), Candice Miller (House Administration), Jeff Miller (Veterans’ Affairs), Tom Price (Budget), Pete Sessions (Rules), Bill Shuster (Transportation and Infrastructure), and Lamar Smith (Science, Space and Technology) – endorsed Donald J. Trump for President and released the following statement:

“We stand on the precipice of one of the most important elections of our lifetime. This great nation cannot endure eight more years of Democrat-control of the White House. It cannot afford to put Democrats in charge of Congress. It is paramount that we coalesce around the Republican nominee, Mr. Donald J. Trump, and maintain control of both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.”

“Any other outcome is a danger to economic growth, puts our national security in peril, enshrines ObamaCare as the law of the land, entraps Americans in a cycle of poverty and dependence, and undermines our constitutional republic.”

“There is a path to winning in November, and it comes through unity. To solidify this partnership, we endorse Mr. Trump as the Republican nominee for President and call upon all Americans to support him.”

In response, Mr. Trump released the following statement upon news of the endorsements:

“It is tremendous to be working with these leaders and their colleagues on winning solutions that will really move us forward. A strong House Republican Majority is imperative to fixing the problems facing America and making our country better and stronger than ever before.”

Mr. Trump has surged in recent polls against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, both nationally and in key battleground states such as Ohio, where he leads Clinton by a significant margin.

“We all come to look for AMERICA!”




Oliver McGee is an aerospace, mechanical, and civil engineer, and author of seven books on Amazon. He is former United States deputy assistant secretary of transportation for technology policy (1999-2001) in the Clinton Administration, and former senior policy adviser in the Clinton White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (1997-1999). 

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