- Barack Obama reportedly tells Democratic donors to back Hillary Clinton
- Bernie Sanders out-raised Hillary Clinton by $13.4m in February
- Sanders calls out Arizona sheriff for ‘un-American and uncivilised behaviour’
In the Democratic contest, Mr Sanders and Mrs Clinton are fighting for 75 delegates in Arizona on Tuesday and hoping that Latino voters will propel them to victory. Twenty-two per cent of voters in Arizona are Latino and both candidates spent the past few weeks campaigning across the state. Senator Sanders has spent time campaigning at the US-Mexico border where he condemned Mr Trump and Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Clinton also condemned Sheriff Arpaio, who was criticised for his treatments of inmates, at a Phoenix-area high school this week: “We are a nation of immigrants and of exiles. When I see people like Sheriff (Joe) Arpaio and others who are treating fellow human beings with such disrespect, with such contempt, it just makes my heart sink,” Ms Clinton said, according to KPNX-TV.
- Donald Trump calls Washington Post editor ‘beautiful’ after meeting on foreign policy
- Establishment Republicans disagree over a candidate to replace Trump
- Meanwhile, Mitt Romney is voting for Ted Cruz
- Donald Trump names hardline foreign policy advisers
In the Republican contest, Mr Trump leads Mr Cruz in Arizona polls, according to Real Clear Politics. Although most polls show Cruz as a shoe-in for the Utah primaries, Mr Trump still obtains a wide lead with the lion's share of delegates.
Arizona (58 delegates): Donald Trump
Utah (40 delegates): No winner declared yet.
American Samoa (9 delegates): No winner declared yet.
Arizona (75 delegates): Hillary Clinton
Idaho (23 delegates): No winner declared yet.
Utah (33 delegates): No winner declared yet.