President Donald Trump will be the only Republican candidate on the primary ballot in Wisconsin.  A bi-partisan committee met with state elections officials today to decide which candidates will appear on the April 7th ballot.  The G-O-P members submitted only Trump’s name and he was unanimously approved on a voice vote.  The move means former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld and ex-Illinois Congressman Joe Walsh will not be a choice for Republican voters.  They could be placed on Wisconsin’s ballot if they collect more than eight-thousand signatures each by January 28th.  The Democrats on the committee submitted 14 candidates including Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar.