Sanders scores win in Idaho

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Bernie SandersBernie SandersWhat does Bill think of Hillary's Chris Wallace interview? Dem anxiety hangs over Clinton Sanders consultants join up with Wasserman Schultz’s primary opponent MORE is projected to win the Idaho caucuses, providing a morale boost in his bid to keep his underdog campaign going all the way to the Democratic convention.

With 100 percent of the votes in, Sanders led Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump says the gloves are off in fight against Clinton Clinton campaign hacked in broad attack on Dems: report FBI gives thousands of Clinton documents to State MORE with 78 percent of the votes counted, when major news outlets called the victory for the Vermont senator at 2:25 a.m. Wednesday.

But Sanders's victory in the state, which offers 23 delegates on a proportional basis, will do nothing to change pundits’ calculations about his slim chances to win the nomination. As a caucus contest won by then-Sen. Barack ObamaBarack ObamaNigeria is making progress on economic reform and security Obama the 'X' factor of the 2016 cycle How did Hillary Clinton do? Pundits react to speech MORE in his 2008 contest against Clinton, Idaho was seen as potentially favorable turf for Sanders.

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