Wisconsin up for grabs as Trump, Clinton seek upsets


WASHINGTON: Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and his Democrat counterpart Hillary Clinton are underdogs to their feisty rivals as the Midwestern state of Wisconsin votes Tuesday in the US presidential primary race. The potentially pivotal contest is the first after a 10-day lull in the process that determines the parties’ nominees for the November general election. Trump’s main rival Senator Ted Cruz is eyeing the Badger State as a crucial firewall against the celebrity billionaire’s march to an outright nomination victory. But should Trump, who is riding a wave of anti-establishment anger, manage to snatch a surprise victory there, he could snuff out Cruz’s campaign.



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