Sanders wins Kansas and Nebraska, Clinton takes Louisiana

March 6, 2016 05:01


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US Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton won Louisiana's nominating contest on Saturday, while her rival Bernie Sanders won in Kansas and Nebraska.

"I am thrilled we're adding to our pledged delegate count," Clinton told supporters at an event in Detroit, Michigan. "I'm grateful to everyone who turned out to support us, but now all eyes turn to Michigan."

Sanders was also campaigning in the state when the results came in.

"I feel very strongly, not only when I see large crowds like the ones we had tonight, but when I see votes like the votes we are receiving, that we've got a lot of momentum and that we have a path toward victory," Sanders told reporters in the city of Warren.

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