Sanders trounces Clinton in Wisconsin and warns that he’s coming for her next in her home state of New York – which he says he has an ‘excellent’ chance of winning, too

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

Bernie Sanders defeats Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin primary
The Vermont Senator scored 56 percent of the vote to Clinton’s 43 percent
Speaking at a rally in Wyoming immediately after the Wisconsin race was called, Sanders warned Clinton that he would come after her in New York
‘If we can keep our momentum going through the states that vote and caucus over the next three weeks, we’re going to win this election.’
Clinton turned her attention to the Empire State last week and went on the offense on her home turf, leaving Wisconsin for Sanders to win or lose
He made the most of the opportunity and crisscrossed the state on Sunday and Monday before traveling to Wyoming
Clinton was at a fundraiser as the results came in and had no plans to make public remarks
Race moves on to New York, where Clinton served as senator and Sanders was born – it has a whopping 247 delegates attached

By Francesca Chambers, White House Correspondent
6 April 2016

Democrat Bernie Sanders triumphed over Hillary Clinton in the Wisconsin primary – but still faces a difficult path to the presidential nomination.

The Vermont senator scored 56 per cent of the vote to Clinton’s 43 per cent as he scored his seventh win in his last eight contests.

Sanders said his message of breaking up big banks, reining in Wall Street and reducing income inequality was bringing new and young voters into the process.

‘What we have been seeing throughout this campaign is extraordinary voter turnout in state after state,’ Sanders said at a rally in Laramie, Wyoming.

Sanders’ sweeping win in virtually every county in Wisconsin, except Milwaukee, gives him greater incentive to keep competing against Clinton.

But he still trails her in the pledged delegate count and has so far been unable to persuade superdelegates – the party officials who can back any candidate – to drop their allegiance to the former secretary of state and back his campaign.
At a raucous rally in Wyoming, Sanders cast his victory as a sign of mounting momentum for his campaign.

‘With our victory tonight is Wisconsin, we have now won 7 out of 8 of the last caucuses and primaries,’ he declared.

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