WASHINGTON – Texas Sen. Ted Cruz bolstered his argument on Saturday night for a two-man race to the Republican presidential nomination with Donald J. Trump, the bombastic businessman from New York, by closing their delegate gap with wins in Maine and Kansas.
The two men are now separated by less than 100 delegates to the Republican National Convention in July, at which 1,237 are needed to clinch the party’s nomination.
Trump has thus far secured 382 to Cruz’s 300 delegates.
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