Cruz Bags Wisconsin To Close On Trump; Sanders Tops Clinton

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Republican Ted Cruz and Democrat Bernie Sanders carried Wisconsin on Tuesday, easing to victories that made things a bit tenser for front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
The election capped an intense 10 days in which all five candidates, with no other national elections at hand, traveled the state at town hall meetings, rallies and speeches. Huge interest in the race had turnout projected at the highest in more than 30 years.
Besides the presidential race, voters settled a tight race for a 10-year term on the state Supreme Court as well as multiple municipal races. The

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