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  • Clinton slips by Sanders in Nevada

    Bernie Sanders’ power to the finish stopped just short of beating Hillary Clinton in the Nevada caucus on Saturday. The Vermont senator ran neck and neck with Clinton in polls during the last few days before the caucus, but Hillary Clinton ended with a small margin of victory.

Bernie Sanders’ power to the finish stopped just short of beating Hillary Clinton in the Nevada caucus on Saturday. The Vermont senator ran neck and neck with Clinton in polls during the last few days before the caucus, but Hillary Clinton ended with a small margin of victory. Natalie Fertig McClatchy
Bernie Sanders’ power to the finish stopped just short of beating Hillary Clinton in the Nevada caucus on Saturday. The Vermont senator ran neck and neck with Clinton in polls during the last few days before the caucus, but Hillary Clinton ended with a small margin of victory. Natalie Fertig McClatchy

Clinton win allows her to breathe easier

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