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Delegate Count Pushes Clinton Closer to Democratic Nomination

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton inched closer to the party nomination with a caucus win Saturday in Guam. Clinton won 60 percent of the vote, earning four of the seven delegates on the tiny Pacific island nation. Her rival, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders won three delegates. However, Sanders picked up nearly 50 delegates in Washington state. He easily won the state caucus on March 26, beating Clinton by nearly 50 percentage points – 73 percent to 27 percent....

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