Wednesday, March 2, 2016

When former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin officially endorsed Donald Trump, she assumed that her state would follow suit. That’s why it came as a slap in the face yesterday when Texas Senator Ted Cruz won the state of Alaska’s Primary.

According to The Washington Times, voter turnout in Alaska exceeded 2012 levels as thousands of people came out to vote. The race between Cruz and Trump in the state was close, with Cruz winning 12 delegates and Trump winning 11. In the end, however, Palin’s endorsement could not give Trump the edge he was hoping for.

Despite this setback, Trump still came out as the undisputed victor on Super Tuesday.

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