Bernie Sanders Wins Alaska
Bernie Sanders Wins Alaska, Washington
MADISON, Wis. – On a roll, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders won the caucuses on Saturday in the state of Washington, where he holds a double-digit lead over Hillary Clinton, and in Alaska, where he won in a landslide.
“We are on a path toward victory,” Sanders told a Saturday evening rally here in Wisconsin’s capital city.
“It is hard for anybody to deny that our campaign has the momentum,” he told more than 8,100 cheering supporters who filled an arena on the University of Wisconsin campus. He said the momentum building behind his campaign comes from big crowds at rallies, from overwhelming victories, from record turnouts at caucuses and primaries, from a grassroots campaign taking on the political establishment and from more than 2 million supporters who donated less than $30 apiece on average.
While the results were still being tabulated in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii, Saturday’s caucuses were expected to result in a big gain in pledged delegates for Sanders. In the past week alone, Sanders picked up delegates in Idaho, Utah and among Democrats abroad.
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