Wisconsin primary voters went out Tuesday to cast their vote for their best presidential candidate, and both Republican Ted Cruz and Democrat Bernie Sanders swept the polls beating front runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Ted Cruz claimed Wisconsin with 52.9% of the votes while Trump had 29.7% and John Kasich 15.2%. Sanders took the victory in Wisconsin with 53.4% over Clinton who got 46.5% of the votes. Here are where the primary delegate results currently stand, with over 20 states left to go.
— CNN (@CNN) April 6, 2016
Wisconsin, today you sent a strong message: when we stand together there is nothing we cannot accomplish. Thank you! https://t.co/q4R6MeWehI
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) April 6, 2016