Republican Marco Rubio won the last race in the battle for the Republican presidential candidate, a day after he was invited to leave the race.
With more than a quarter of the votes counted, Marco Rubio has nearly 75% of the vote in Puerto Rico.
Despite his predicted second victory in the race between the states, Marco Rubio is still behind Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
On March 5, Donald Trump called for a one-on-one battle with Ted Cruz, urging other rivals to leave the race.
In the Democratic race, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton await the result of the nomination in Maine and prepare for a debate on Sunday night in Flint, Michigan.
Speaking after victories at the Republican Club in Kentucky and the primary election in Louisiana on Saturday, Donald Trump told a news conference: “I’d love to fight Ted Cruz one-on-one.”
“Marco Rubio had a very bad night and I personally urge him to drop out of the race. I think it’s time to drop out of the race. I really think so. “
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who won the Republican Party in Kansas and Maine, said he believed “as long as the field remains divided, it gives Donald an advantage.”
While the victory in Puerto Rico will strengthen Marco Rubio’s campaign, it sends only 23 delegates to the Republican Convention, which nominates a candidate for president. Republican Hopes need the votes of 1,237 delegates to get a vote in the right presidential race.