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Sanders' Nevada Win Leaves Biden Campaign Hopeful

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Sanders' Nevada Win Leaves Biden Campaign Hopeful

Sanders' Nevada Win Leaves Biden Campaign Hopeful

Vermont senator Bernie Sanders strengthened his front-runner position for the Democratic presidential nomination on Saturday.

Reuters reports the self-described democratic socialist left the state with a decisive victory in the Nevada.

He was backed by a diverse coalition of young and middle-aged voters, Latinos, union members and white college-educated women for the Nevada win.

Sanders' victory there shows signs of expanding support for his surging campaign beyond his longstanding core.

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