Sanders picks up another win; still a long shot
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Republican-side of the Presidential Race is all but decided with Donald Trump the presumptive nominee. Nonetheless, he picked up victories Tuesday night in both West Virginia and Nebraska.
The race is tighter on the Democratic-side. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) remains a long-shot to win the nomination but continued a recent hot-streak Tuesday, defeating Hillary Clinton in West Virginia.
Clinton did pick up a win in the primary in Nebraska, but it doesn't matter. The state's delegates were decided during a caucus in March.
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