Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders holds a campaign rally in San Diego, California March 22, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Bernie Sanders soundly defeated Hillary Clinton in Utah's Democratic caucuses late Tuesday, bringing his campaign a much-needed boost as he seeks to disrupt Clinton's path to the party's presidential nomination.Should the unyielding Sanders fare well there, as expected, he could emerge even with or even slightly ahead of Clinton in the delegate count for the night.Prior to Tuesday's votes, the former secretary of state had amassed 1,656 delegates compared to 877 for Sanders.
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