Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. acknowledges his supporters on arrival at a campaign rally, Tuesday, March 8, 2016, in Miami. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
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Bernie Sanders breathed new life into his long-shot White House bid with a crucial win in Michigan's primary, chipping away at Hillary Clinton's dominance in the Democratic presidential race.Even with Sanders' win Tuesday night, Clinton and Trump moved closer to a general election face-off. Trump, too, padded his lead over Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.Cruz added a win in Idaho, bolstering his case that he's the only candidate who can beat Trump with some regularity.Kasich finished third in Michigan, behind Trump and Cruz.If Rubio and Kasich can't win in their home states, the Republican primary contest appears set to become a two-person race between Trump and Cruz.Some mainstream Republicans have cast both Trump and Cruz, an uncompromising conservative, as unelectable in a November face-off with the Democratic nominee. With Tuesday's wins, Trump leads the Republican field with 428 delegates, followed by Cruz with 315, Rubio with 151 and Kasich with 52 .
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