Article courtesy of The Washington Examiner, written by Byron York.
Much about the Republican primary schedule changed from 2012 to 2016, but the final round of contests — on June 5 last time around and June 7 this year — were the same: California, New Jersey, Montana, New Mexico and South Dakota. And after campaigns won by front-runners who could not be more different — Donald Trump and Mitt Romney — and after a current campaign that ended with 10 days of white-hot controversy and top Republicans accusing Trump of racism, the two candidates' final wins look basically similar.
Romney won California with 79.7 percent of the vote. There are still some votes uncounted, but Trump's winning total at the moment is 75.4 percent.
Romney won New Jersey with 81.3 percent of the vote. Trump won with 80.6 percent.