Tyler Murphy, 26, speaks to The Associated Press after voting in the Republican presidential primary Tuesday, March 1, 2016, at City Hall in Boston. Murphy, who works as a project manager for a construction company, said he voted for businessman Donald Trump. He said the controversial candidate is the "wake up call" the country needs. Philip Marcelo AP
Tyler Murphy, 26, speaks to The Associated Press after voting in the Republican presidential primary Tuesday, March 1, 2016, at City Hall in Boston. Murphy, who works as a project manager for a construction company, said he voted for businessman Donald Trump. He said the controversial candidate is the "wake up call" the country needs. Philip Marcelo AP

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