Wisconsin’s primary contest is the center of the political universe Tuesday night, with frontrunning candidates hoping to bolster their leads while trailing contenders fight to stay alive. Donald Trump, losing in statewide polls, spent the day attacking Sen. Ted Cruz,…
By Vivian Salama and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — A published report says Donald Trump would force Mexico to pay for a border wall, if elected president, by cutting off billions of dollars in remittances by immigrants living in the U.S.
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Ted Cruz aims to use Wisconsin’s presidential primary to extend Donald Trump’s recent rough stretch on the campaign trail. The delegate math is still difficult for Bernie Sanders, even if he pulls out a win in Wisconsin.
MILWAUKEE -- For all the talk of polling, focus groups and metadata in political campaigns, the basic goal is really pretty simple: Getting your supporters to the polling place. Get out the vote operations will be key in today’s Wisconsin…
By PBS NewsHour
Tuesday is primary election day in Wisconsin, a state that has seen its share of political turmoil over the last five years. John Yang talks to voters for their perspective on the tight battle in both parties.
MILWAUKEE -- Republican Gov. Scott Walker dropped out the presidential race before the first contest of 2016, but his influence is still being felt in his home state's primary contest.
By Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Monday called NATO "the linchpin" of U.S. security policy and a critical ally in the fight against terrorism, indirectly countering Republican Donald Trump's recent claims that the 67-year-old alliance is obsolete.
By Jill Colvin and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
MILWAUKEE -- Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is pushing rival John Kasich to get out of the White House race, arguing that the Ohio governor shouldn't be allowed to collect future delegates because the nomination is already beyond his grasp.
By Jennifer C. Kerr, Associated Press
Trump overwhelmingly leads his rivals for support among the less educated, and draws more modest backing from college graduates and those with postgraduate study.
Robin McNamara has worked at nearly every Republican National Convention since 1996, and her travels across the country have brought her face to face with the passion-filled spectrum of GOP primary voters.
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