Bernie Sanders gained momentum from his win over Hillary Clinton in the Wisconsin Democratic presidential primary on Tuesday, while Ted Cruz’s victory over Donald Trump has kept him in the GOP race. Despite the strict voter ID law, turnout was estimated at 46 percent, the highest since 1972. Clinton and Trump are still in the lead nationally, and the fight for the nominations is far from over. RT’s Manuel Rapalo reports from Madison.
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