A big fat ZERO! But if you listen to the Rubio campaign, there is still hope for Rubio’s failed campaign. The campaign apparently believes that Florida will decide the winner of the entire Republican nomination process. All the voting before and after Florida, doesn’t matter.
Rubio’s night began by missing the 15-percent threshold for receiving any delegates in Michigan and Mississippi.
He took about 5 percent of the vote in Mississippi and 9 percent in Michigan, running fourth out of four GOP presidential contenders in both states.
Rubio took 18 percent in Idaho, missing the 20-percent threshold for delegates.
Rubio again missed on delegates in Hawaii by placing third.
Rubio sits in a distant third in delegates, hundreds behind Trump and Cruz. He has pinned all of his hopes on his home state, telling supporters that the winner in Florida will likely take the party’s nomination.
Ninety-nine delegates are up for grabs in next Tuesday’s winner-take-all contest in Florida, a significant amount for any candidate seeking the Republican presidential nomination.