Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic caucuses in Nebraska, marking his second victory on Saturday, reports FORTUNE.
Picture: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks to supporters after winning the state of Vermont on Super Tuesday on March 1, 2016 in Essex Junction, Vermont.
This was his second victory on Saturday evening after winning the Kansas caucuses.
If you add that to his success in Oklahoma on Super Tuesday, it’s clear that the Vermont senator has captured the attention of Democratic voters in the middle of the country.
It is worth noting that these states don’t generally vote for Democrats in the general election.
The biggest upcoming contest in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination will take place on Tuesday in Michigan.
Ahead of that, Bernie Sanders and rival Hillary Clinton will debate in Flint, Mich. on Sunday night.
They will also appear in a Town Hall on Fox News on Monday night.