Illinois Primary Today; GOP Candidates Enter: Trump 460, Cruz 370, Rubio 163, Kasich 63

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Tuesday’s Republican primaries may be a turning point in the 2016 presidential race. If Marco Rubio and John Kasich don’t win their home states of Florida and Ohio, respectively, they may end their campaigns. As for front-runner Donald Trump, increasing violence at his rallies may hurt him at the polls. With more on the 2016 race, Yahoo News’ chief Washington correspondent Olivier Knox joins CBSN.

The Illinois Primary is TODAY, Tuesday, March 15, 2016.

2016 PRIMARY SCHEDULE

Feb 1 Iowa. Winners Cruz (7), Clinton 23 FULL RESULTS

Feb 9 New Hampshire Trump (10), Sanders (15) FULL RESULTS

Feb 20 South Carolina (GOP only) Trump (50) FULL RESULTS

Feb. 20 Nevada (Dem only) Clinton (19) FULL RESULTS

Feb 23 Nevada (GOP only) FULL RESULTS

Feb 27 South Carolina (Dem only) FULL RESULTS

March 1 (SUPER TUESDAY) Alabama, Alaska Republican Caucus, American Samoa (no GOP voting), Arkansas, Colorado (no GOP voting), Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming (?), Democrats abroad FULL RESULTS

RESULTS going into Tuesday March 15 …
Trump 460, Cruz 370, Rubio 163, Kasich 63

March 15 Florida, Illinois, Missouri, Northern Mariana Islands Republican Caucus, North Carolina, Ohio

March 19 Virgin Islands REpublican Caucus

March 22 Arizona, Idaho Democratic Caucus, Utah

March 26 Alaska Democratic Caucus, Hawaii Democratic Caucus, Washington State Democratic Caucus

April 5 Wisconsin

April 9 Wyoming

April 19 New York

April 26 Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island

May 3 Indiana

May 7 Guam (no GOP ovting)

May 10 Nebraska Republican Primary, West Virginia

May 17 Kentucky Democratic Primary, Oregon

May 24 Washington State Republican Primary

June 5 Puerto Rico Democratic Caucus

June 4 California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota (no GOP voting), South Dakota

June 14 District of Colombia Democratic Primary

Although he’s behind in the polls to rival Hillary Clinton in almost all the states voting Tuesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders may be able to pull off a win or two. He upset Clinton in the Michigan primary on March 8 — but can he do that in Ohio? With more on the 2016 race, Yahoo News’ chief Washington correspondent Olivier Knox joins CBSN.




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