Hillary Clinton wins Nevada caucuses with wins in Nevada, South Carolina
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are now tied for the second-most delegates at 1,726, while Donald Trump is trailing with 524 delegates.
Clinton is also expected to win Nevada’s 50 electoral votes.
Clinton will need to win the remaining 22 states that vote on March 19, which she has already won.
Sanders, meanwhile, needs to win four of the remaining five states to clinch the nomination.
The Democratic contest has been competitive from the start.
The last time Sanders won the state, he won by about 30 percentage points.
Clinton, meanwhile has been ahead in national polls in most of the state and has been able to draw a large share of the Latino vote.
She has led Trump by double digits in some surveys and is expected to keep the momentum going.
The first Democratic debate is scheduled for Monday.
It will be the first time the two candidates face off for the nomination since 2012.
Trump has not participated in a debate since March.