Sanders takes two of three Dem contests on Super Saturday

Sanders takes two of three Dem contests on Super Saturday
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Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersSen. Sanders: 'Hypocrite' Trump rants against undocumented immigrants, but hires them at his properties On The Money — Sponsored by Prudential — Trump floats tariffs on European cars | Nikki Haley slams UN report on US poverty | Will tax law help GOP? It's a mystery Nikki Haley: 'Ridiculous' for UN to analyze poverty in America MORE won two out of three of the Super Saturday contests that voted on the Democratic side, giving him seven states so far in the Democratic presidential race.

Sanders triumphed in the caucuses of Nebraska and Kansas, while rival Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHouse Judiciary Committee subpoenas FBI agent who sent anti-Trump texts Clapper: Trump was serious when he said he wants citizens to act like North Koreans do for Kim Hillary Clinton: Fundamental rights are 'under assault like never before' MORE won the only Democratic primary of the night, in Louisiana.

Even though Sanders won two of the three states, the allocation of delegates will be close.

Clinton took Louisiana Saturday, where 51 delegates are up for grabs, while there are only 58 delegates at stake total between Nebraska and Kansas, where the Vermont senator won.

Sanders once again performed well in states where the Democratic contests are dominated by white progressives, while Clinton held her dominance in states with large populations of minorities.

Clinton entered the day with a substantial advantage in pledged delegates, leading 610 to 411.

The former secretary of State's campaign noted in an email to reporters that’s a bigger lead than Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaObama to visit Kenya, South Africa for Obama Foundation in July Overnight Energy: EPA declines to write new rule for toxic spills | Senate blocks move to stop Obama water rule | EPA bought 'tactical' pants and polos Clarifying the power of federal agencies could offer Trump a lasting legacy MORE ever held over her in their 2008 contest.

She has an even greater lead currently among superdelegates, the party leaders who can support anyone at the July convention regardless of the popular vote.

Clinton will end the day with victories in 11 states, as well as American Samoa.

Still, the Vermont Independent continues to attract thousands of supporters to his rallies, haul in tens of millions of dollars every month, and is vowing to take the fight all the way to the convention.

Former NAACP President Ben Jealous, who is supporting Sanders, tweeted: "We have won victories tonight in Kansas and Nebraska! We have a path towards victory!"