On Saturday, eighteen delegates were up for grabs in the Wyoming Democratic Caucus. While Bernie Sanders won more precincts, Hillary Clinton walked away with more delegates. The gap between Sanders and Clinton was not wide enough for Sanders to take advantage and gain more delegates after the state’s superdelegates had already pledged their support for Clinton. The final results from the caucus were Sanders with 55.7% versus Clinton’s 44.3%. In the delegate race, however, Clinton received 11 to Sanders’ 7. The next primary will be held in New York on April 19.
News Source: Politico