Rick Martin and Justin Groenert discuss the upcoming May 3 Indiana primary for the Republican candidates. We discuss the Kasich/Cruz “agreement” and if it will help or hurt their cause. We talk about the Trump/Bobby Knight alliance, the Carly Fiorina affect on the Cruz campaign in Indiana, the likeability of Ted Cruz, whether the Republican party is in trouble, and possible contested convention possibilities. Rick and Justin also explain how the delegate math works on the Republican side and if Marco Rubio dropping out early was a mistake.
Part of a series about the upcoming May 3,2016 Primary Election. Alex Burton and Matthew Neville join me to discuss the Democratic side of the primary. We talk about the presidential race and the 83 pledged delegates up for grab, some of the local races specifically the clerk and district 77 contests. Recorded prior to the Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware and Rhode Island primaries on April 26 so some of the presidential delegate math will have changed depending on when you listen to this. The magic number for the Democratic side is 2383 delegates. And yes, we talk about the Republican race and the Supreme Court nominee issue as well. Look for a podcast from a Republican perspective (and possibly the Libertarian side) later this week.