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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders wins the Alaska caucuses, the Associated Press reports. The Hill says, “he will take a majority of the state’s 16 pledged delegates. With 38 percent of the vote in, AP reports that Sanders leads with nearly 79 percent.”Clinton also lost Alaska in 2008, when then-Sen. Barack Obama took 75 percent support, the Hill says. Clinton has 1,223 delegates, while Sanders has 920.Democrats are also voting at caucuses in Hawaii and Washington on Saturday.