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Texas Sen. Cruz swept up all the delegates in winner-take-all Colorado over the weekend, continuing his quest to derail the Trump train’s roll toward a first-ballot Republican nomination.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with Wyoming voters, 56 percent to 44 percent. However, the way Democratic party delegates are awarded, they split the 14 delegates equally.

The campaigns, including that of Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich, are focused on the delegate-rich New York primaries on April 19. Fox News polls on April 10 showed billionaire Donald Trump and Clinton with about 53 percent of their parties’ voters.

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