After Donald Trump’s massive win in South Carolina, the Republican nominating contest turns, briefly, to the Nevada caucus on Tuesday. The contest has the feeling, though, of an opening act, killing time until the main act takes the stage.A week later, on March 1st, 12 states will hold Republican primaries, mostly concentrated in the South.
It has been dubbed the “SEC primary,” because seven of the states voting are in the South. The outcome will either confirm Trump’s status as the party’s presumptive nominee or serve as the prologue for a fight that stretches into early Spring.
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