[Ed. – Not a surprise based on the polling over the last week. Updates on Twitter have indicated that Bernie’s support isn’t uniform across all the precincts, but the second-place finishers haven’t been consistent either. Biden has been the prominent — not dominant — one, with Warren, Buttigieg, and Steyer making strong showings in some areas. Note: the Republican caucuses were cancelled some time back, due to the extreme unlikelihood of a challenger making headway against Trump. Bill Weld got one delegate in the Iowa caucuses, but Trump swept New Hampshire. GOP gets to save some money this year.]
Sen. Bernie Sanders will win the Nevada caucuses, Fox News can project, furthering the democratic socialist’s lead over his Democratic rivals and raising the question as to whether he can be stopped on his path to the Democratic nomination.
With four percent of delegates in, Sanders has 56 percent.
According to the early returns, former Vice President Joe Biden is in second place with 19.9 percent, billionaire Tom Steyer has 9.3 percent, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has eight percent, and former South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg has 5.8 percent. Ultimately 36 delegates are at stake.