[Ed. – Bernie needs to stop complaining about being “denied” delegates in spite of his convincing vote victories. That’s what socialism’s all about, babe: the finger being on the scale, and someone else being given advantages, no matter what kind of real-world results you can achieve.]
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders on Saturday won the Wyoming Democratic caucuses to extend his winning streak, while GOP White House candidates compete for delegates in the Colorado state party convention.
Sanders had 56 percent of the vote, compared to 44 percent for primary frontrunner Hillary Clinton, with 96 percent of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press, which called the race for Sanders.
Sanders has won seven of the last eight contests. Wyoming had only 14 delegates at stake, but another victory would help Sanders fuel that narrative about his campaign having momentum and potentially upsetting Clinton in her home state New York primary on April 19.
“It’s a beautiful state,” Sanders said at LaGuardia Community College, on the campaign trail in New York. “Thank you Wyoming.”
Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz on Friday locked up the support of 21 Colorado delegates and will try for 13 more on Saturday.