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.
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5:04 p.m. EST — With 55% of precincts reporting, Fox News called a caucuses for Clinton.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 20, 2016
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.
Current (*not final*) opening numbers for Nevada uncover Sanders adult 54-43 with Latinos and 52-44 with whites. No information for blacks yet.
— Steve Kornacki (@SteveKornacki) February 20, 2016
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.
Entrance polls flipped from display a 3-point Clinton lead to a 2-point Sanders lead as some-more information was released. https://t.co/JzZkSOqUOJ
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) February 20, 2016
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.
— Bethany Barnes (@BetsBarnes) February 20, 2016
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