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Election 2016: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton trailing in Wisconsin primary polls

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WISCONSIN (WOWO): Republican front runner Donald Trump and Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton are behind in the Wisconsin polls as voting in the state’s primary is starting across the Badger state.

If Republican Ted Cruz wins the state’s primary, it would make Trump’s path to 1237 delegates to clinch the nomination a bit harder.

A win for Bernie Sanders will mean he won six of the last seven states. It would help him continue building momentum in a tight race to the Democratic nomination.

Republicans have 42 delegates up for grabs. Eighteen will go to the statewide winner and 24 will be distributed by the state’s eight congressional districts. Democrats are fighting for four different kinds of delegates for a combined total of 96.

Below is the summary of the voting results.

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