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Biden wins chaotic Wisconsin primary as state election results begin to be released

Reuters Monday, 13 April 2020
Former Vice President Joe Biden was projected on Monday to be the winner of Wisconsin's Democratic presidential primary, as results began to be released in state elections last week that also included a hotly contested state Supreme Court race.
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Joe Biden has won the controversial Wisconsin primary election. Biden defeated Sanders handily, almost doubling the number of votes Sanders received. Biden got 63% of the vote. Sanders got 32% of the vote. The election in Wisconsin was controversial as it was held during the coronavirus pandemic...

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