On Saturday, Bernie Sanders won the Wyoming caucuses – making it eight wins out of the last nine contests in the Democratic primary for the Vermont senator. Sanders won almost 56 percent of the vote in The Equality State, but he and Hillary each took home seven pledged delegates.
Though the Wyoming victory didn’t alter the race, it does show that Bernie still has the momentum heading toward the all-important April 19 New York primary.
Heading into Saturday, Clinton had 1,280 pledged delegates, while Sanders had 1,030. When it comes to superdelegates, Hillary has an enormous lead – 469 to 31.
The polling average in New York shows Clinton with a 13-point advantage, according to RealClearPolitics.
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