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DONALD TRUMPAfter winning the past three Republican contests, the best-case scenario isn't just to keep that streak alive – it's to run up the score and finish off one or more of his rivals.Delegates will be awarded proportionally on Super Tuesday; there are no winner-take-all states. That scenario will likely require finishing ahead of Trump in at least one state and ahead of Cruz in just about every state but Texas.Preference polls show Rubio in a solid second or within reach of second in almost all the Super Tuesday states, with Trump ahead in every state but Cruz's Texas – where the most delegates are available Tuesday.JOHN KASICHOhio Gov. John Kasich hopes to survive Super Tuesday.CLINTONFor Clinton, the best case Super Tuesday is simple: turning her decisive win in South Carolina Saturday into a sweep across the South and beyond that will cement the perception that she's marching to her party's nomination.
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