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Chaos in Cleveland? Odds of contested convention increase

In this April 4, 2016, photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the crowd during a rally at the Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee. He won’t be on November’s ballot, but President Barack Obama is slowly embracing his role as the anti-Trump, taking on the Republican front-runner in ways that no other Democrat can. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)WASHINGTON (AP) — The chances of a contested Republican national convention just got higher with Donald Trump’s loss to Ted Cruz in Wisconsin. Despite his wide lead in the delegate count, Trump isn’t scooping up delegates fast enough to ensure he’ll win a majority during the primaries and caucuses. A look at what’s known — and, more importantly, unknown — about how a contested convention might work.

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