Hillary Clinton kept her delegate lead in the Democratic race more or less intact Tuesday night with a big win in Arizona despite losing heavily to Bernie Sanders in two other states. With most votes in Arizona counted, she has 58% to 40% for Bernie Sanders, reports the Washington Post, which notes that there were long lines, delays, and voting glitches in parts of the state. The state's 75 delegates are awarded proportionately. Sanders, meanwhile, cruised to victory in the Utah caucuses with almost 80% of the vote, which will give him most of the state's 33 delegates, reports the Hill. He won by a similar margin in the Idaho caucuses and is expected to take at least 17 of the state's 23 delegates.
"When we began this campaign, we were considered a fringe candidacy," Sanders told supporters in California before final results were in, per Politico. "Well, 10 months later we have now won 10 primaries and caucuses and unless I'm very mistaken, we’re gonna win a couple more tonight." (Read more Election 2016 stories.)