Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin's primary, with Fox News and NBC News projecting the Vermont senator as the winner shortly after polls closed. With his win in the Badger State, he’ll have pocketed six of the past seven contests. His campaign manager, Jeff Weaver, says it’s proof the candidate can still close the gap in pledged delegates, which stood at 263 entering Tuesday's primary, according to the Associated Press. Weaver told CNN Tuesday that he believes the battle will continue until the party’s nominating convention in July.
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