U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves to supporters at a late night rally in Houston after winning the Iowa Democratic caucus, February 20, 2016. Picture taken late February 20, 2016. REUTERS/Daniel Kramer
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The presidential campaigns are moving into a cluster of delegate-rich state primary elections and caucuses, with Republican billionaire businessman Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state, gathering momentum.With roughly 70 percent of Republicans in national polls declining to back Trump, Cruz and Rubio are trying to cast themselves as the one candidate around whom the party can coalesce.Clinton has amassed a vast lead in Democrat super delegates, party officials who can support any candidate regardless of primary or caucus outcomes. She has captured the support of 451 super delegates compared with Sanders' 19 .
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