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Wisconsin up for grabs as Trump, Clinton seek upsets

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump chats with patrons and workers at a George Webb diner on April 5, 2016 in Wauwatosa, WisconsinVoters in the Midwestern state of Wisconsin cast their ballots Tuesday in the US presidential primaries, with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton cast as underdogs hoping to pull off surprise come-from-behind wins. The stakes are highest for Trump, whose long ride as the Republican frontrunner has run into severe turbulence over flip-flops on abortion and other campaign gaffes. A poll average by the Real Clear Politics website showed Texas Senator Ted Cruz leading Trump 39.2 percent to 34.5 percent in the Republican contest, with Ohio Governor John Kasich trailing at 20 percent.

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