Bernie Sanders did well in the west picking up key victories in Washington and Alaska during the March 26 caucuses. Sanders won both states by a wide margin.
Sanders victory in Washington was especially key with 101 delegates at stake. Alaska by comparison had 16 delegates up for grabs. In the Democratic party, the delegates are split proportionally based on the results.
While Hillary Clinton still has a sizable lead in the delegate count, Sanders big night helped him begin to cut into Clinton’s lead ever so slightly.
Here’s a look at the latest Democratic delegate count.
Current Democratic Delegate Count
The following data is an estimate based on the March 26 results. It will continue to be updated as more results are released. It does not include the 469 superdelegates pledged to Clinton or 29 pledged to Sanders.
March 26 Caucus Results & Delegate Count
The following data is an estimate based on the March 26 results. We will continue to update it as more results are released.