After winning Louisiana, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton congratulates Bernie Sanders for victories in Nebraska and Kansas, saying ''all eyes'' are now on Michigan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attended the Michigan Democratic Party Reception in Detroit on Saturday, moments after winning the state of Louisiana and after losing to opponent Bernie Sanders in Nebraska and Kansas. Clinton congratulated Sanders on his victories, but turned her focus to the upcoming nominating contest in Michigan. All states in the Democratic race award their delegates proportionally, meaning Clinton can keep adding delegates even in states she loses. Five states were holding nominating contests on Saturday as Trump and Clinton looked to strengthen their leads in the battle to pick nominees for the Nov. 8 presidential election to succeed President Barack Obama.