Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continued to win new states, now occupying Arizona.
The issue of immigration loomed in Arizona, the biggest prize in the last round of competitions.
Polls show that Donald Trump’s anti-immigration message resonates with conservative voters in Arizona.
With a growing Latin American population, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton continued her success by courting minority voters.
Supporting his campaign in the race, rival Democrat Bernie Sanders decisively won parliamentary groups in two smaller states, Idaho and Utah.
Republican parliamentary groups in Utah were won by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
During a speech on victory in Seattle, Hillary Clinton addressed the terrorist attacks in Brussels on March 22, repelling the response of Republican candidates to the bombing.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump reiterated his plan to ban Muslims from traveling to the United States and suggested that the United States torture terrorism suspects.
The Republican primary course in Arizona was a race for winners, adding 58 delegates to Donald Trump’s significant lead.
Donald Trump’s victory has complicated the efforts of Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasic to prevent him from securing a majority of delegates.
If Donald Trump fails to count the delegated parties, the party may hold a mediation or contested convention, where party leaders, not voters, choose the nominees.
However, this scenario seems less likely as Donald Trump continues to win countries.
Arizona residents’ preferences for early voting, with many ballots in their ballots, may have affected the contest.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who left the race on March 15, has so far secured more than 70,000 votes.
As the final voters headed to the polls on March 22, the Republican race took another nasty turn.
Wrongly believing that Cruz’s campaign had created an advertisement for an attack on his wife Melania, Donald Trump on Twitter threatened to “spill the nipples” on Ted Cruz’s wife Heidi.
Ted Cruz responded by saying that his campaign did not create the ad, calling Donald Trump “classless” and “coward.”