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On Wisconsin

In what one Wisconsin political observer called a big upset, Sen. Bernie Sanders was the choice of 41 percent of the delegates at a state party convention in Milwaukee on Saturday. Hillary Clinton led with 49 percent, according to the WisPolitics.com straw poll. Clinton drew support from 252 of the 511 delegates. Sanders was backed by 208. Vice President Joe Biden and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley tied for a distant third with 16 votes each.

For the complete straw poll results, click here.