The ornery Democratic Socialist from Vermont will not say die, and has taken out two of the three Saturday primaries this weekend.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won Kansas against the Democratic frontrunner and presumed heir-apparent, Hillary Rodham Clinton. The wily Senator also came out on top in Nebraska winning the day, two-to-one. Clinton won in Louisiana, as projected. Details on the final delegate count are yet to come, but the Sanders camp is confident it can hold good ground in the pledged delegate count, despite Louisiana being a winner-take-all state.
"I feel good about our campaign because the voters are sending a clear message. No matter what the pundits say, it is the voters who will decide this election," Sanders said, in a statement released on the Bernie Sanders website.
When the state Democratic Party told CNN that Bernie Sanders was the victor of the Kansas primary tonight, Sanders was quick to tweet out his gratitude.