Via NY Times:

The hunt for delegates picks back up on “Super Saturday” as voters head to primaries and caucuses across five states and Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton try to extend their leads in the Republican and Democratic presidential races.

The elections — in Kansas, Louisiana, Maine and Kentucky for Republicans, and Kansas, Louisiana and Nebraska for Democrats — fall between last week’s Super Tuesday and March 15, when a swath of big states, including Florida and Ohio, hold votes that could ultimately determine the fate of the race. On Saturday, there are 155 delegates at stake for Republicans and 126 for Democrats.

Mr. Trump is riding a wave of momentum after a successful Super Tuesday, when he a won seven states and expanded his delegate lead. Since then, however, he has come under increasing scrutiny from his three remaining opponents and from party elders, such as Mitt Romney, over his business record and temperament.

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