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Ted Cruz wins Milwaukee presidential debate--in talk time
Ted Cruz (right) spoke longer than any candidate in the Republican presidential debate Nov. 10, 2015. Ben Carson drew less talk time (Getty Images photo). Ted Cruz (right) spoke longer than any candidate in the Republican presidential debate Nov. 10, 2015. Ben Carson drew less talk time (Getty Images photo).

Ted Cruz (right) spoke longer than any candidate in the Republican presidential debate Nov. 10, 2015. Ben Carson drew less talk time (Getty Images photo).

By W. Gardner Selby November 10, 2015

SEE 10 POLITIFACT FACT CHECKS OF CLAIMS IN THE MILWAUKEE DEBATE.

Who won the debate?

That's not our department.

But Ted Cruz, the Texas senator, drew the most time talking on camera of the eight candidates in the Republican presidential debate in Milwaukee, according to tracking by the Austin American-Statesman's Chuck Lindell.

Donald Trump landed second in talk time while Ben Carson fell last, per the tracking.

Here's the summary, in seconds, for all the candidates:

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SOURCE: Time tracking of candidates at Nov. 10, 2015, Fox Business News Republican presidential debate by Chuck Lindell, reporter, Austin American-Statesman

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