Why do primaries contestants (usually) announce that they are "suspending" their campaign when they exit it?
How did Alaska "change its primary system recently" and was it "to dilute the possibility of a conservative or Trump-inspired challenger"?
In the US, why does the government have the right to regulate how political parties hold their primaries?
What happens in a brokered convention? Why is the prospect of one seen as a threat to Sanders' presidential hopes?
Why don't presidential candidates announce their running mates before achieving their party's nomination?
Who voted for Arthur J. Jones the neo-Nazi Republican candidate for Illinois's 3rd congressional district?
How are Presidential candidates, who run for the party ticket in Primaries and Caucuses, shortlisted?
How was PredictWise so certain that Ted Cruz had absolutely no chance to win the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries and caucuses?
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