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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton won their parties' Mississippi primaries, but the real focus of the night is Michigan. Trump won MIchigan, but Bernie Sanders took the state with a 50% to 48% margin. Ted Cruz has the lead in Idaho's GOP primary in the early vote count. Scroll down to see the latest.
: Ted Cru claims Idaho.
: Donald Trump wins Hawaii.
Thank you Hawaii! #Trump2016— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 9, 2016
: Ted Cruz is holding on to his Idaho lead. With 44% of the votes counted in Idaho, Cruz leads with 42%, Donald Trump is second at 29%, Marco Rubio is third with 18%, and John Kasich trails in fourth with 7%.
: Marco Rubio hopes Hawaii will help him avoid saying "aloha" to the GOP race.
: With 40% of the votes counted in Idaho, Ted Cruz leads with 41%, Donald Trump is second at 30%, Marco Rubio is third with 18%, and John Kasich trails in fourth with 7%.
: CNN projects Bernie Sanders as the narrow winner in Michigan’s Democratic primary. With 96% of the Michigan vote counted, it's Bernie Sanders with 50% to Hillary Clinton's 48%. Despite winning, Sanders splits the state’s delegates about evening with Clinton. Still, it is a big victory for Sanders considering most polls predicted his defeat.
The corporate media counted us out. The pollsters said we were way behind. But we won. Thank you, Michigan. pic.twitter.com/Iywg9N3B1z— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) March 9, 2016
: With 19% of the votes counted in Idaho, Ted Cruz leads with 38%, Donald Trump is second at 31%, Marco Rubio is third with 19%, John Kasich in fourth with 7%.
: From Hillary Clinton's Mississippi victory speech:
"I want to talk about what working families are up against." Hillary’s remarks tonight after winning in Mississippi.https://t.co/oYfnmCKJPs— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 9, 2016
: With 92% of the Michigan vote counted, it's Bernie Sanders with 50% to Hillary Clinton's 48%. Sanders' lead is about 17,000 votes out of nearly 1 million counted.
: John Kasich wants you to know his hopes are rising so he retweeted this:
Two weeks ago John Kasich was polling 4th in Michigan at 12%. Right now he's in 2nd with 25%. Momentum is on our side.— Team Kasich (@TeamJohnKasich) March 9, 2016
: Tuesday has been good for John Kasich as he jumps past Marco Rubio as the GOP establishment choice.
: With 69% of the votes counted in Michigan: Donald Trump 37%, John Kasich 25%, Ted Cruz 25%, Marco Rubio 9%
: Marco Rubio had an awful Tuesday, finishing a distant fourth in Mississippi and Michigan, but he insists he's not out yet.
: With 85% of the Michigan vote counted, it's Bernie Sanders with 51% to Hillary Clinton's 47%. Bernie Sanders talking about splitting Michigan delegates with Hillary Clinton: “The peoples revolution is strong in every part of the country... It's been a fantastic night in Michigan."
: With 48% of the votes counted in Michigan: Bernie Sanders 52%, Hillary Clinton 48%
: With 22% vote counted in Mississippi: Hillary Clinton 83%, Bernie Sanders 16%
: With 24% vote counted in Mississippi: Donald Trump 50%, Ted Cruz 35%, John Kasich 8%,Marco Rubio 5%
: With 36% of the votes counted in Michigan: Donald Trump 37%, John Kasich 26%, Ted Cruz 24%, Marco Rubio 9%
: If you'd rather watch Hillary Clinton's LIVE rally...
Watch live: Hillary speaks after winning in Mississippi → https://t.co/OqeUISgB88— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 9, 2016
: Trump called Hillary Clinton “a flawed candidate” who “will be a very, very easy target,” but only “if she is allowed to run” by the Justice Department.
: Donald Trump attacks “Lying Ted” Cruz at his post-primary news conference. “He truly does lie and he lies a lot!” He thanks “Lil Marco” Rubio for “helping me a lot” by calling out Cruz in a debate for lying.
: CNN projects Donald Trump will win the Michigan primary, with John Kasich second. Ted Cruz will be third and Marco Rubio will finish a weak fourth.
: Donald Trump is holding an election night news conference.