Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders wins big in Alaska, Washington state and Hawaii in Saturday's voting. Julie Noce reports.
Caucus goers in Washington state hold up voting papers - some of which helped propell Bernie Sanders to victory. The senator from Vermont won nominating contests here and in Alaska by more than 50 percentage points and won in Hawaii as well. Sanders spoke to supporters at a rally in Wisconsin Saturday night. (SOUNDBITE) English DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SEN. BERNIE SANDERS SAYING: "We are making significant inroads in Secretary Clinton's lead and ... we have a path to victory." While the wins will give Sanders momentum heading into contests in Wisconsin, Hillary Clinton remains ahead in the race for delegates with about 300 more than Sanders. After Wisconsin, the Democratic race moves to votes in New York on April 19th and a bloc of five states in the Northeast, led by Pennsylvania, on April 26th.