In the New York primary, with 98.8% of the votes tabulated, according to what politico tells MHProNews, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump topped opponents Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. John Kasich, winning 60.5 percent of the votes, 89 of the 95 delegates. Kasich earned 25.1 percent, picking up three delegates, while Cruz received 14.5 percent.
On the Democrat side, Hillary Clinton gained 57.9 percent of the vote, picking up 175 delegates while Sen. Bernie Sanders gained 42.1 percent, giving him 106 delegates.
The three remaining candidates for the Republican nomination intend to alter or end what they see as the job and growth killing policies and practices of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, while both Democratic candidates vow to keep or strengthen what they see as the important reforms of the Dodd-Frank Act. ##
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Article submitted by Matthew J. Silver to Daily Business News-MHProNews.