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After Iowa, Wisconsin delegates gain importance



Rep. Party chair believes
candidates will stop in Wisconsin

If there’s one thing that you can take out of this week’s caucus voting in Iowa, it’s that Donald Trump will not “run the table” in the republican presidential nominating process.

But La Crosse County Rep. Party chair Bill Feehan also believes that a split decision in Iowa with Trump coming in second also means more relevance for primary votes later on.

“For the first time in many years, when voters go to the polls on April 5 here in Wisconsin, their vote in that primary will mean something,” Feehan said.

He believes with three of his party’s candidates solidly in the running coming out of Monday’s vote, states like Wisconsin will mean something in later primary voting.

“Every delegate is going to matter,” Feehan said.

Feehan also believes that will mean plenty of candidates making stops in western Wisconsin to secure primary votes.

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