Voters in four states – Vermont, Connecticut, Wisconsin and Minnesota – headed to the polls Tuesday for another round of primary races.
In Wisconsin, there’s a proxy battle between former President Donald Trump and his estranged ticket-mate, former Vice President Mike Pence, over who Republicans should put up against Democratic incumbent Tony Evers for governor.
Trump picked construction magnate Tim Michels over the state’s former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, who is being supported by Pence and former Republican Gov. Scott Walker, who Kleefisch worked under.
Both Trump and Pence have traveled to Wisconsin to campaign for their preferred candidate.
PROXY FIGHT: Former President Donald Trump (right) picked Republican gubernatorial hopeful Tim Michels (left) to take on Wisconsin’s Democratic Gov. Tony Evers
While former Vice President Mike Pence (right) campaigned for the state’s former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch (left). He appeared with her in Pewaukee,…