WASHINGTON (AP/WJZ) — Donald Trump has won the Republican presidential primary in Maryland, according to the Associated Press.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld was running against Trump before he suspended his campaign in March.

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Voters in Maryland were strongly urged to vote by mail because of concerns about further spread of the coronavirus.

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Joe Biden Wins Democratic Presidential Primary In Maryland

As of late Tuesday night, 1,276 delegates were needed for Trump to win the nomination.

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