Hillary Clinton Strikes Back With a Big Win in Louisiana

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Hillary Clinton won a sizable victory in the Louisiana Democratic primary on Saturday, according to AP projections, taking back some of the headlines after her rival Bernie Sanders had posted two victories earlier in the evening.

Sanders won in Nebraska and Kansas.

With 9% of precincts reporting, Clinton had garnered more than 70% of the vote.

On Sunday, Democratic caucuses will be held in Maine. Sanders is favored to win in that state, as it is similar to New Hampshire and the senator’s home state of Vermont, both of which he won.

After that, the next big contest comes on Tuesday in Michigan. The candidates will debate on Sunday night in that state.

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