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It’s party time at Bernie Sanders’ headquarters after the Democratic presidential candidate won the six last primaries and caucuses. His campaign’s hopes may fade as attention moves to New York, where Sanders continues to trail behind Hillary Clinton. Meanwhile, Ted Cruz, buoyed by his Wisconsin win, still has to prove he’s likable enough, as TIME’s cover story proclaims this week.
——TIME’s selection of the Surprising Political Photographs of the Week is published every Thursday.
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