Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders Name Crucial Wins in Wisconsin, US Presidential Election
The victory of United States Senator from Texas was no doubt crucial for Republican Party forces to fight blocking the controversial New York billionaire whereas Bernie Sanders named win in Wisconsin too.
Acquiring momentum in his competition against rival front-runner Hillary Clinton for the United States presidential election.
Republican Ted Cruz also named key victory in the Wisconsin on Tuesday presidential primary, delivering a strong gust to hopes of another front-runner Donald Trump of collecting the delegates required for the party’s nomination earlier than the July convention as well by enhancing the possibilities of a rare contested convention.
Democratic presidential rival Sanders named success in Wisconsin by making his position better in President of the United States in the 2016 election in battle against strong competitor front-runner Hillary Clinton even by trimming her strong lead in delegates.
Donald John Trump who had 737 convention delegates to Cruz’s 481 leading into the vote, leaving him 500 delegates short of the 1,237 required to turn out to be the nominee for the party in the Nov. 8 election.
By observing the present condition, it can be said that Cruz alongside Governor for Ohio, John Kasich and other remaining Republican contestant, struggling to make failure all attempts of Trump short of a first-ballot win also launch a contested convention.
A conservative US senator from Texas made possible his victory with impressive support of Republican Governor Scott Walker who had quitted his own presidential submission in September.
When it comes to party establishment statistics concerned that Trump, candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the United States in the 2016 election, appears to be will be leading Republicans to an extensive defeat in November.
However, the rivals have shaped a group to stop more wins of Trump who is appeared to be leading the race nomination for President of the United States in coming election.