Clinton wins Nevada Democratic caucuses

Hillary Clinton has won the Nevada Democratic caucuses, rebounding after a second-place finish to Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire.
    
The victory for the former secretary of state over the Vermont senator gives her two wins to one in the race for the Democratic nomination.
    
Clinton eked out a win in the Iowa caucuses before Sanders posted an overwhelming victory in New Hampshire’s primary.
    
Surveys of caucus-goers taken as they entered caucus sites showed that older women turned out in force to support Clinton, pushing her to victory despite her continued struggles to attract young women.
    
The competition heads next to South Carolina, which holds its Democratic primary next Saturday.
    

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