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Super Tuesday is over: What's next for Wisconsin voters?

Posted at 7:50 PM, Mar 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-04 20:50:26-05

MILWAUKEE — Is it now a two-person race with less than five weeks to go until the Wisconsin April Presidential Primary?

"I thought the results were -- it was a great comeback for Joe Biden. Incredible comeback, when you think about it," said President Trump.

"I think Joe has an easier path right now, believe it or not."

TMJ4's Charles Benson breaks down Super Tuesday's results with TMJ4's Political Panel, Waukesha County GOP grassroots activist Robin Moore and Democratic Strategist and founder of Zepecki Communications - Joe Zepecki.

It was a big night for Former Vice President Joe Biden, "For those who have been knocked down - counted out, left behind, this is your campaign."

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders won fewer states but still picked up a substantial number of delegates, "We're going to win because the people understand it is our campaign, our movement which is best positioned to defeat Trump."

The candidates are also racing toward the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee - the magic number of delegates needed to win the nomination is 1991.

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