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Republicans hope to unite behind Trump

With a resounding win in Indiana, combined with main rival Ted Cruz dropping out of the race, Donald Trump has become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. Hudson Valley Republicans have

News 12 Staff

May 4, 2016, 5:26 PM

Updated 2,971 days ago

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With a resounding win in Indiana, combined with main rival Ted Cruz dropping out of the race, Donald Trump has become the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
Hudson Valley Republicans have been divided during the primary process, but now many hope the GOP can unite. "I think Donald Trump will set us on a path to where people's voices will be heard," says Marvin Winn, from Hastings-on-Hudson.
Others believe that Trump can bring a change to Washington. "We gave all those other politicians a chance, now let's give a businessman a chance," says Winn's wife Susan.
Even though he only got 7 percent of the vote, John Kasich says he is staying in the race. Trump is ahead of the Ohio governor by almost 900 delegates.


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