Supporters of Sanders show their support for him before his debate against Clinton.
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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tangled repeatedly in their eighth presidential debate over who's a true advocate for Latinos and who has a track record of letting Hispanics down.Clinton has won 762 pledged delegates compared to 549 for Sanders, with 10 delegates from recent primaries still to be allocated. When superdelegates are included, Clinton leads 1,223 to 574, more than halfway to the 2,383 needed to win the Democratic nomination.Both Sanders and Clinton were bidding for momentum after Sanders startled Clinton with a victory in Michigan Tuesday.Hispanic voters have made up about 10 percent of voters in the Democratic primaries so far this year, and Clinton has been getting about two-thirds of their votes to about one-third for Sanders.
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