Hillary Clinton has a slight upper hand in a statistical tie between her and Bernie Sanders. Clinton led by just .2 percent throughout most of the night and won by just .3 percent, 49.9 to 49.6 for Sanders. The difference accounts for just one delegate from Iowa, 22-21; either candidate will need 2,382 delegates to win the nomination.
Meanwhile, long-shot candidate Martin O’Malley suspended his campaign after failing to reach “viable” status in several counties.
Clinton spoke to her supporters regarding her razor-thin lead: