In tone, in body language and in the content of her speech at Stanford University, Clinton drew a stark contrast with Republicans Donald Trump and Sen.

At a Republican caucus at Bryant Middle school in Salt Lake City, Chris, who said he'd rather not give his full name, said he was probably going to vote for Ohio Governor John Kasich. The long and bitter 2016 campaign shifted to a new Midwestern battleground.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Ted Cruz embraced Jeb Bush's endorsement on Wednesday and claimed he could build a broad coalition capable of beating Hillary Clinton in the fall - if only he can climb past the surging Republican presidential front-runner, Donald Trump.

Mr Sanders has been promoting "Oxford for Bernie", one of five campaigns set up in the United Kingdom to encourage Americans living overseas to back Sanders-the-younger, Earlier this month he cast his vote at the Rothermere American Institute in Oxford in the Democrats overseas Global Presidential Primary.

But the race took yet another personal twist when the Texas senator slammed Trump for making a vague threat on Twitter to "spill the beans" on his wife.

Asked about the recent violence at Trump's campaign events, 37 percent blamed the violence on the GOP frontrunner while 27 percent said he's somewhat responsible.

But large portions of the address boiled down to a general election response to hard-line rhetoric coming from Cruz and Trump. Trump has said he approved of waterboarding and added in television interviews on Tuesday that "if they could expand the laws, I would do a lot more than waterboarding".

"We need to rely on what actually works, not bluster that alienates our partners and doesn't make us any safer", said Clinton, contrasting her approach with those of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. It takes 2,383 to win. Had Cruz gotten under 50 percent, Utah's GOP delegates would have been divided proportionately.

"There is zero chance that we would drop out before Wisconsin".

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People in Kasich's campaign suggested the candidate was paying no more attention to party elites than voters were, saying he planned to survive to the convention and wrestle the nomination there. Republican Ted Cruz claimed the GOP caucuses in Utah.

The county also mistakenly thought that the popularity of mail-in ballots and independents who can't vote in primaries would require fewer polling places.

"I think he'd be a tremendous addition to an administration", he said.

Things were decidedly less contentious on the Democratic side.

The poll comes a day after Trump won the Arizona primary while Cruz won Utahand Clinton won the Arizona primary and Sanders won in Utah and Idaho.

Trump, in turn, branded Clinton as "Incompetent Hillary" as he discussed her tenure as secretary of state. Slogans aren't a strategy.

She added: "Loose cannons tend to misfire".

The win furthered Trump's argument that he will eventually win the Republican presidential nomination and that the party should rally around him. "They can't spend time picking at you and undermining you".

All three remaining Republican candidates have been invited to attend the black-tie dinner, according to the state party. The state's voters, he said, "are going to find themselves at the center of the political universe".