With the latest round of voting, we can see a trajectory for the candidates to reach their goals.
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Bernie Sanders' Colorado supporters thought they'd notched a win on caucus night. That was before they ran up against a pesky party primary rule.
Cruz and Trump each won two contests on Saturday, but the Texas senator emerged with the most delegates. And while Sanders won more states, a big Clinton win in Louisiana gave her the delegate edge.
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"I think that last night may have shown that Colorado has outgrown caucuses at the presidential level," Rick Palacio tells CPR News.
Sanders spent almost double what Clinton spent. Plus, he outpaced her in ad spots by about 7,700 to 5,300.
One longtime Colorado political pollster says Sanders' support from young adults washed out any edge Clinton may have had with Latinos.
Sanders won most Colorado counties, including Denver. Political Junkie Ken Rudin says that helps keep him in the race.