This week in politics, the primaries will continue as the next round of votes are expected to happen April 19 for the Republican Party and Democratic Party in New York. On April 26 the Democratic Party and Republican Party will face another round of states including Delaware, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Last Tuesday, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders won Wisconsin with Hillary Clinton coming in second for the Democratic Party nomination, and Donald Trump in second and John Kasich placing third for the Republican Party.

On Saturday, Sanders won the Wyoming nomination.

As of now, Donald Trump is still in the lead as the Republican Party nomination, Ted Cruz in second and finally John Kasich. Hillary Clinton is still the leading candidate for the Democratic Party with Bernie Sanders in second.

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