NPR: Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz led took victories for the Wisconsin primaries Tuesday.
With his win, Cruz picks up 36 delegates: 18 from his statewide victory and another 18 with his win in six of the state’s eight congressional districts. Trump won in the more rural 3rd and 8th congressional districts, giving him six delegates. Both were areas where he was expected to do well heading into Tuesday.
The Associated Press has not projected the final delegate tally yet, but Sanders will walk away with at least 47 pledged delegates after his 13-point victory. Clinton will take 36 pledged delegates.