Bernie Sanders swept all three Democratic caucus on Saturday, with decisive victories over front-runner Hillary Clinton in Washington state and Alaska and a projected win in Hawaii, according to NBC News analysis.
Speaking to a rapturous crowd in Madison, Wisconsin, after his victory in Alaska, Sanders declared his campaign was making "significant inroads" into Clinton's big delegate lead.
The Vermont Senator also had breaking news to his jubilant supporters.
"OK, are you ready for a news alert? We just won the state of Washington!" Sanders told the crowd to cheers and applause. "That is what momentum is about."
"So don't let anybody, don't let anybody tell you we can't win the nomination or win the general election — we're going to do both of those things," Sanders said.
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