Cruz win leaves Trump a damaged front-runner


“Tonight is a turning point”, a buoyed Cruz declared at his victory rally last night.Cruz, 45, won the Wisconsin Republican primary, boosting his efforts to blunt the 69-year-old real estate tycoon and moving the party closer to a historic contested convention. On its own it could easily be brushed off, but added to the last week of mishaps and an apparent stiffening of backbone among the Republican establishment, it spells trouble for his candidacy. But the boost might be short-lived, said experts.The Trump, Cruz and Kasich teams may not agree with those rules, and so a new set needs to be established and voted upon before the 2016 convention gets underway.He has a commanding lead in recent polls and his organizational reach appears to dwarf those of Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Indonesian singer dies after being bitten by a cobra while performing
Unfortunately, when the snake bit her thigh, venom spread fast into her bloodstream before a snake handler pulled it away. Indonesian singer Irma Bule continued to entertain crowds for 45 minutes after being struck by the venomous serpent. However, Trump campaign exuded confidence that with the primary season entering states like NY that are favourable for him, he was on his way to get the 1,237 delegates.Mr Trump leads the race, but could fall short of the number of delegates needed to secure the Republican nomination. With 86 delegates at stake in Wisconsin, Sanders will pick up at least 45 and Clinton will gain at least 31.Ted Cruz has to win on the stump, and if he doesn’t win on the stump, he doesn’t win on the floor in Cleveland.In the Democratic race, Bernie Sanders scored a strong victory over Hillary Clinton in the Midwestern state. It takes 2,383 to win. Cruz, a US Senator from Texas, dominated the vote in Wisconsin on Tuesday, a sign that he is increasingly viewed as the main Trump alternative by those Republicans who can not bring themselves to support the billionaire.Clinton also stressed during a campaign event in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, on Saturday that she believes “it’s kind of important if we’re selecting somebody to be the Democratic nominee of the Democratic Party”. But he will also face a hard fight in NY, which is Mrs Clinton’s home state. Former Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan has Parkinson’s disease, Lewy body dementia
He was a two-time NBA All-Star in 1967 and 1969, and a four-time All-Defensive First Team in 1969, 1972, 1974 and 1975. As a result of the disease, he has experienced tremors, a hushed voice and sleeplessness over the past couple months. Among Democrats, Clinton leads Sanders 1,280 to 1,030 among pledged delegates, but once superdelegates are counted, Clinton leads 1,749 to 1,061.Faced with Trump as the likely opponent, Democrat voters might reasonably think their party is unbeatable in November and therefore they can indulge themselves in choosing a candidate.With lots of momentum after the past several primaries, Sanders is quickly closing the gap with Clinton nationally.”If this result holds in every single congressional district, Trump will walk away with almost all of New York State’s delegates”, Monmouth pollster Patrick Murray said in a statement.Elsewhere, the poll of Democratic primary voters found a third (34 percent) still undecided in the race for the nomination for Attorney General. TODAY’S FORECAST: Showers, high near 57
Stay with FOX43 Weather for updated changes to the forecast through the rest of the week! Tonight: Showers Likely. Still, spotty, brief showers could occur during the game, so come prepared with rain gear. “Republicans win when people are demoralised”.