Mar 28, 2016

Ted Cruz & Wisconsin: Why He’s Beating Trump There

Wisconsin has outsized importance now as the only Republican presidential primary until New York’s on April 19. If Donald Trump wins, he will be in a good position to win the GOP nomination on the first ballot. If he loses in Wisconsin on April 5, his momentum will take a real hit. #ad#On the surface, Wisconsin looks like classic Trump Territory. It’s an open primary, and Trump polls better when...

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