GOP rivals scramble to 1,236

by Ben Kamisar  |  published on January 2, 2016

One month before the Iowa caucuses, GOP candidates for the White House are scrambling for a strategy to 1,236.

That’s the number of delegates a Republican needs to win the GOP presidential nomination and prevent a chaotic convention in Cleveland.

It’s been nearly 40 years since a Republican contest came down to the convention, but it’s conceivable that this year’s wild race featuring frontrunner Donald Trump could be decided by GOP delegates in July.

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