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Primary election day - results
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From left, Barb Cappel, Vicki Ingwell and Jeanette Kelty, all of Monroe, volunteer checking in voters during the primary election at City Hall on Tuesday. Ingwell has been volunteering for about eight years. To order either of these photos, click here. (Times photos: Marissa Weiher)
JANESVILLE (AP) - House Speaker Paul Ryan rejected the idea that his easy win Tuesday over a longshot Republican primary challenger whom Donald Trump had praised signals doom for the GOP presidential nominee in Wisconsin come November. All the huge primary win means, Ryan insisted, is that he's really well-liked in the congressional district where he was born and raised and has won election to represent since 1998. Businessman Paul Nehlen had been courting Trump supporters and won praise from Trump last week.

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