Another in an ongoing series of predictions. Cruz will win the Wisconsin primary. This is a hybrid delegate primary, a modified "winner take all". There are a total of 42 delegates to be won--24 delegates via congressional districts, 15 at-large delegates, and 3 RNC (Republican National Committee) state delegates. The 15 at-large delegates are awarded to the candidate that gets the most votes statewide. This is a winner take all scenario. The 3 RNC delegates are also awarded to the overall statewide winner. (At least I think so....maybe Rolfe can clarify.) The remaining 24 delegates are comprised of 3 delegates per US congressional district. (There are 8 congressional districts in Wisconsin.) These delegates are awarded to the candidate that gets the most votes in each congressional district. Win the district and the candidate wins all three delegates from that district. Here's what I'm figuring: Cruz: 33 delegates. 15 at large, 3 RNC, 15 from congressional districts. (wins 5 districts.) Milwaukee and suburbs. Trump: 9 delegates. Wins 3 congressional districts. Probably the "redneck" areas in northern and northwest WI. Kasich: 0 delegates. Wins 0 congressional districts. Comes close to winning in the area including Madison. I keep changing my prediction from Cruz 33, Kasich 0 to Cruz 30, Kasich 3. But I figure in the land of Scott Walker, Cruz will reign. Your turn.