On April 5, 2016, in the presidential primaries, Wisconsin voters expressed their preferences for the Democratic and Republican Parties' respective nominees for president in an open primary; voters were allowed to vote in either party's primary regardless of their own party affiliation.What does Donald Trump’s Wisconsin win mean?
By winning Wisconsin, Trump became the first Republican candidate to win the state since Ronald Reagan in 1984. He also became the first Republican to win a majority in Iron County since 1920.What happened at the Wisconsin State Convention in 2015?
The Wisconsin Green Party held its presidential preference vote at its annual state convention in Madison, Wisconsin, on April 16. The Republican Party held its fourth presidential debate on November 10, 2015, in Milwaukee, at the Milwaukee Theatre.Was Wisconsin a tipping-point state in 2016?
Wisconsin was the tipping-point state of the 2016 election; that is, the closest state that both candidates needed to win in order to emerge with a victory in the election (for example, Michigan, while closer, was not necessary for a Trump victory).