Wisconsin Primary

The Wisconsin primary was the first presidential primary, first taking place in 1908, and continuing for at least a century. Three presidents have lost it, and it has been pivotal during most of the 20th century.

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Hillary Clinton Caucuses And Primaries, 2008 - Caucuses and Primaries 2008 - Wisconsin and Hawaii
... The Wisconsin primary and the Hawaii caucuses were next on the campaign schedule ... Chelsea Clinton made appearances at four Wisconsin universities University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin–Madison, University of ... Hillary Clinton reduced her already limited scheduled appearances in Wisconsin, with her campaign feeling disadvantaged by Governor of Wisconsin Jim Doyle's endorsement of Obama and the fact that independent ...
United States Presidential Election, 1944 - Nominations - Republican Party
... His supporters did enter his name in the Wisconsin primary ... The Wisconsin primary proved to be the key contest, as Dewey won by a surprisingly wide margin he took 14 delegates to four for Harold Stassen, while MacArthur won the three ... Willkie was shut out in the Wisconsin primary he did not win a single delegate ...

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