- Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic caucuses in Nevada, the most diverse state yet to vote in the presidential nominating contest.
- Former vice president Joe Biden placed second.
- Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren did not qualify for delegates.
Final-alignment votes from 2,097 precincts. 1,991 delegates needed to win the nomination. Table does not list candidates who won under 1 percent in Nevada.
- Steve Keller: With Sanders likely to win, the real prize for most candidates is a strong second-place finish.
- Nick Ottens: If all of Sanders’ opponents remain in the race, he could soon amass an insurmountable delegate lead.