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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders wins Oklahoma Democratic primary

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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks to a crowd at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa Feb. 24. The New York Times is reporting that Sanders has won the Oklahoma primary election with 48 percent reporting.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has defeated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the Oklahoma Democratic primary election with 97 percent reporting, according to the New York Times.

Even with the win, Sanders trails Clinton vastly in the delegate count. 

So far in Cleveland County, Sanders has received 16,428 votes to Clinton's 10,433, according to the Times. 96.9 percent of the Cleveland County Democratic votes are in. 

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