Democrats in three states caucus on Saturday on a day expected to be more favorable to Sen. Bernie Sanders than nomination front-runner Hillary Clinton.
A total of 142 delegates are up for grabs, with 101 of those delegates coming from the state of Washington. Alaska has 16 delegates available, and 25 delegates are available out of Hawaii.
In pledged delegates, Clinton leads Sanders 1,223 to 920, according to Associated Press figures. When super delegates are included, Clinton runs away with the delegate count by a 1,691 to 949 margin. The magic number to clinch the nomination is 2,383 delegates.