Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic presidential primary in Washington state, but it won't get her any delegates.
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There were no delegates at stake in Washington's Democratic primary. Washington Democrats already awarded their delegates based on party caucuses.
Sanders won Washington's caucuses in March, getting 74 delegates. Clinton got 27.
Sanders trails Hillary Clinton in the delegate count and he is running out of contests in his longshot bid to catch up.
Clinton is just 78 delegates short of clinching the Democratic nomination for president. She is on track to do so in early June, even if she loses all the remaining contests.
When superdelegates are included, Clinton has 2,305 delegates and Sanders has 1,539. It takes 2,383 delegates to win the Democratic nomination.