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Trump, Clinton double down in WI this weekend

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Posted at 12:48 PM, Apr 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-04-01 13:49:24-04
With the Wisconsin primary looming on Tuesday, the two national front-runners will cross paths in Wisconsin this weekend with some ground to make up in the state. 
 
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton added additional Wisconsin campaign stops this weekend, and will both be in Eau Claire on Saturday within hours of each other. 
 
It may be in response to the Marquette University Law School Poll released Wednesday that showed both candidates in second place in Wisconsin.
 
On the Republican side, Ted Cruz had 40% support, Donald Trump had 30% support and John Kasich had 21% support. In February, Trump had 30% support, Cruz had 19% support and Kasich had 8% support. 
 
On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders had 49% support compared to Clinton's 45%, an increase of Sanders 1-point lead in February.