Sanders takes Kansas

Bernie SandersBernie SandersCould President Hillary heal a divided nation? Clinton camp oppo research: Sanders has 'no accomplishments' Heck's rejection of Trump imperils Nevada Senate race MORE has won the Democratic presidential caucuses in Kansas, according to the state Democratic Party. 

The Democratic Party of Kansas projected the result with 90 percent of precincts reporting. It said 40,000 people participated in the caucuses, a larger turnout than 2008.

Sanders also won another Midwestern state, Nebraska, giving him two early Super Saturday wins.

Kansas, which will award its 33 pledged delegates proportionally, is the sixth state to be won by Sanders so far. He has also won New Hampshire, Vermont, Colorado, Minnesota and Oklahoma.

- Updated at 9:21 p.m.