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Polls have closed in the Midwestern battleground of Wisconsin. Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders leads rival Hillary Clinton in early returns. On the GOP side, Ted Cruz has the edge over front-runner Donald Trump. Both Cruz and Sanders are hoping for victories that will give them a wave of fresh momentum in their efforts to capture the White House.
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