IN: Trump wins GOP presidential primary (but 22% prefer candidate who dropped out)

Source: United Press International

“Former President Donald Trump unsurprisingly captured Indiana’s Republican nomination on Tuesday when voters cast ballots in the state’s presidential and state primaries. Trump secured the nod and picked up Indiana’s 58 GOP delegates with a little more than 78% of the vote, according to election results from WHAS11 and NBC News. However, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley won nearly 22% of vote share, representing more than 125,000 ballots, despite having dropped out of the race in March. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden ran uncontested for the Democratic nomination.” (05/08/24)