Another round of primaries and signs of life in the Bernie Sanders campaign.
The Vermont senator won the West Virginia primary, with Hillary Clinton trailing by about 10%.
Unsurprisingly, Donald Trump took the wins in West Virginia and Nebraska.
In West Virginia, Trump took at least three delegates.
31 other delegates are elected directly by voters.
But it’s winner take all in Nebraska, with Trump grabbing all 36 delegates.
Weighing on the success Tuesday night, Sanders says it’s a good sign for his struggling campaign.
“We’ve won a big, big victory in West Virginia,“ says Sanders. “This is a state, West Virginia, where Hillary Clinton won by over 40 points against Barack Obama in 2008."
Candidates face off again May 17th for the primary in Oregon, democrats also battling in Kentucky.