Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton speaks during a rally at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Monday, March 7, 2016, in Detroit, Mich. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)
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Voters in four U.S. states head to the polls Tuesday to confirm or rein in Donald Trump's status as clear Republican frontrunner in primary contests that Democrat Hillary Clinton hopes will further solidify her lead over Bernie Sanders.However, the Republican anti-Trump camp -- who has considered Cruz to be too uncompromising to unite the Republican party -- has been reluctant to support Cruz over Marco Rubio, 44, trailing in third place, whose survival test will be the primary next week in his homestate of Florida.Trump is leading in Michigan with 36 percent compared to 23 percent for Cruz, according to a recent Monmouth University poll, although rival John Kasich, the governor of neighboring Ohio, is hoping for a surprise in his favor after being active on the ground.For Democrats, Clinton is the favorite in both states.African Americans have voted by more than 80 percent for Clinton in other states of the South.
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