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Republicans in Idaho, Missouri and Michigan will meet to weigh in on the presidential race

  • Trump secured the majority of delegates at GOP caucuses in Missouri and Michigan, moving closer to clinching the party's nomination.
  • Michigan Republicans faced challenges allocating delegates due to party disputes and violations of primary rules. GOP caucuses were run by volunteers under a new system.
  • Idaho Republicans planned caucuses to allocate delegates based on statewide voting percentages, with a winner-takes-all format if a candidate receives over 50%.
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