Ted Cruz won the Republican primary in Wisconsin, while Bernie Sanders was declared the winner on the Democratic side in a tough night for the presidential frontrunners. With 99.9 percent of votes counted, the Texas senator defeated frontrunner Donald Trump 48-35; Sanders led Hillary Clinton 56-43. The Vermont senator has now won six out of the last seven contests. Cruz took at least 33 of the state’s delegates, while Trump nabbed at least three. In the Democratic contest, the delegates were split more evenly. Sanders captured at least 45, Clinton won at least 31. While Cruz doesn’t have a strong chance of catching up to Trump’s delegate lead, his win makes a contested Republican convention all the more likely. For Sanders, who will likely finish in a closer contest with the former secretary of State, it remains almost impossible to catch her lead.