Dem claimant projected to win Nev. caucuses

One 'Selfie' during a Time for Clinton in Vegas

UPDATE: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton degraded Sen. Bernie Sanders in a Nevada Democratic caucuses, mixed outlets reported Saturday evening.

NBC, The Associated Press, The New York Times, and Fox News all called a competition for Clinton, who fast thanked her upheld on Twitter.

“To everybody who incited out in each dilemma of Nevada with integrity and heart: This is your win. Thank you,” she wrote.

Long seen as a pivotal partial of her “firewall” opposite a swell in support for Sanders, a state’s notoriously dangerous polls showed a tightening competition in new weeks following Sanders landslide win in a New Hampshire primary.

Click by images from a Nevada Democratic caucus:

Read a live-blog next for a latest updates:

5:04 p.m. EST — With 55% of precincts reporting, Fox News called a caucuses for Clinton.

4:52 p.m. EST — As some-more patrol reports continued to come in, Clinton confirmed her slight lead. With 51% of precincts reporting, Clinton garnered 51.7% support compared to Sanders’ 48.2% support.

4:38 p.m. EST — Clinton appears to be flourishing her lead really slightly. With 37% of precincts reporting, Clinton prisoner 51.4% support compared to Sanders’ 48.5% support.

4:29 p.m. EST — With 30% of precincts reporting, Clinton had a 1.5% lead over Sanders,according to a New York Times.

4:23 p.m. EST, during slightest one patrol reportedly motionless a congress by card-draw, giving a patrol to Clinton.

4:22 p.m. EST — Like a Iowa Democratic caucuses, Nevada patrol ties are motionless by chance.

4:03 p.m. EST — A small over dual hours after a caucuses began, official results showed a possibilities tied with 12% of precincts reporting.

3:48 p.m. EST — While NBC’s early opening polls showed Clinton heading among minority voters, several other early opening polls showed Sanders heading among minority voters.

3:34 p.m. EST — CNN remarkable Sanders had a slight lead over Clinton, with 49% of electorate polled early outward polls ancillary Sanders and 47% ancillary Clinton.

Polling guru Nate Silver cautioned opposite reading too distant into opening polls, that he forked out were not scold in Iowa progressing this month.

3:06 p.m. EST — CBS reported Clinton had a slight corner in early opening polls. NBC’s early opening polls showed identical results, with Clinton progressing a lead among womanlike electorate and electorate over 45 years-old.

2:16 p.m. EST — The caucuses non-stop during 11:00 a.m. internal time. Reporters tweeted images of lines during congress locations around a state.

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