I'm guessing Tuesday, Rubio will (have to) get out of the race. A 3rd place finish in his home state should end his campaign. Maybe that's why Marco seemed so angry today when asked by a reporter if he would vote for Trump if he's the nominee. I still am puzzled about why Rubio would give up his powerful Florida Senate seat to run for Prez against 16 other Republicans. It just makes no sense. I never once thought he was going to win. Now, not only is he not going to be President, he's no longer going to be a Senator. To make things even worse, it looks like he's going to hand that Florida senate seat to a Democrat.
It's just mind-boggling.
CBS News reported:
Donald Trump keeps his lead in winner-take-all Florida, at 44 percent over Ted Cruz's 24 percent and Marco Rubio's 21 percent. In Ohio, Governor John Kasich is tied with Trump 33 percent to 33 percent, in two of the big winner-take-all delegate prizes up on Tuesday.
In Florida, home-state Sen. Marco Rubio has been trying to get traction against Trump, but still trails. Sen. Ted Cruz has overtaken Rubio in Florida. In Illinois Trump also leads, 38 percent to 34 percent over Cruz, who is in striking distance, with Kasich back at 16 percent. The findings across the three states may suggests Cruz is emerging more generally in the minds of many non-Trump voters as the alternative to the frontrunner.
Turnout looks to be key for Trump's fortunes, and the polling shows it is his campaign in particular that may be bringing out more Republicans than usual. His backers are much more likely than others to say they are interested in the 2016 contests mainly because Trump is running.