(CBS) — Ted Cruz is celebrating a commanding victory in Wisconsin, hurting Donald Trump’s chances of clinching the Republican nomination before the party’s convention.
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Tuesday’s results mean one thing: Both parties’ nominations won’t be decided until deep into the spring at the earliest.
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At Kenosha’s Brat Stop, the sausage sizzles, Bears fans are scarce and much of the talk is political.
The Wisconsin primary is pivotal for the GOP in particular. It throws another curveball in Donald Trump’s attempt to win the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the Republican nomination. That’s one reason Wisconsin residents say interest is high.
At Milwaukee’s American Serbian Hall, hundreds backing Ted Cruz gathered to watch the results.
Michael Goodard said if Cruz-wear sales are any indication, the GOP campaign is about the change.
“His sales have been the best here in Wisconsin,” he said.