Cruz Whips Trump in Wisconsin Primary, Sanders Beats Clinton: Now What?
Julie Pace And Jonathan Lemire - The Associated Press
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April 6, 2016
What the Wisconsin primary means for the election (USA TODAY)
Republican Donald Trump emerged from Wisconsin as a damaged front-runner following a crushing primary loss to rival Ted Cruz, deepening questions about the billionaire businessman’s presidential qualifications and pushing the Republican Party toward a rare contested convention nomination fight.
Democrat Bernie Sanders also scored a sweeping victory Tuesday in Wisconsin’s primary that gives him a fresh incentive to keep challenging Hillary Clinton. But Sanders still lags significantly behind Clinton in the all-important delegate count.
Both parties were turning their sights toward New York, which offers a massive delegate prize in its April 19 contests. It marks a homecoming of sorts for several candidates, with Trump, Clinton and Sanders all touting roots in the state.
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