The race for the GOP nomination made its next stop in Nevada, where voters held caucuses Tuesday evening. More coverage »
Hillary Clinton was propelled to victory by Clark County, home to nearly 75% of Nevada residents.
Bernie Sanders won the northern counties that favored Obama over Clinton in 2008.
Clark County is where nearly 75% of the state's residents live. Four years ago, they voted overwhelmingly for Mitt Romney.
The rural desert contains military bases, like the legendary Area 51, where voters favored Ron Paul in 2012.
* Instead of vote totals, the Nevada Democratic Party reports the number of county convention delegates won by each candidate. There are 12,359 total county delegates.
Source: Associated Press