Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has defeated Hillary Clinton in the Kansas Democratic caucus, the state's Democratic party announced on Saturday night, according to CBS News.
The Democratic Party of Kansas projected the result with 90 percent of precincts reporting. It said 40,000 people participated in the caucuses, a larger turnout than 2008, reported The Hill.
Kansas will award 33 delegates in the Democratic primary race.
Sanders was also projected to win the Democratic caucus in Nebraska, according to NBC News. Meanwhile, Clinton was projected to win in Louisiana.
A total of 109 delegates are at stake on Saturday across the three states.
Clinton was the big winner of the Super Tuesday votes this past week.