Yesterday, Alaska, Hawaii, and Washington held caucuses to determine their choice for the Democratic party: Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders. Sanders came out on top in all three states winning Alaska (81.6% to 18.4%), Hawaii (69.8% to 30.0%), and Washington (72.7% to 27.1%) by fairly large margins. Despite the losses for Clinton, she still maintains a sizable delegate lead. The next primary will be held on April 1 in North Dakota, followed by Wisconsin on April 5.
|Alaska||Closed Caucus||Bernie Sanders|
|Hawaii||Semi-closed Caucus||Bernie Sanders|
|Washington||Open Caucus||Bernie Sanders|
New Source: Politico