Bernie Sanders won the Democratic Nevada Primary on Saturday night bringing in 6,788 votes and 24 delegates.

Joe Biden finished in 2nd place in Nevada with 9 delegates and 2,927 votes.

For the top 6 candidates the results for the Nevada primary are as follows with 100% of the votes being counted:

CandidateDelegatesPercentage of VotesNumber of Votes
Bernie Sanders2446.8%6,788
Joe Biden920.2%2,927
Pete Buttigieg314.3%2,073
Elizabeth Warren09.7%1,406
Tom Steyer04.7%682
Amy Klobuchar04.2%603

The Nevada race now puts Sanders in first place with his total delegate count now being 45. Pete Buttigieg is now in second place with 26 delegates. The current Democratic delegate count is as follows:

CandidateTotal Delegate Count
Bernie Sanders45
Pete Buttigieg26
Joe Biden15
Elizabeth Warren8
Amy Klobuchar7

After the win in Nevada, Sanders said, “In Nevada, we have just put together a multigenerational, multiracial coalition which is going to not only win in Nevada, it’s going to sweep this country. No campaign has a grassroots movement like we do, which is another reason why we’re going to win this election. Trump and his friends think they are going to win this election. They think they’re going to win this election by dividing our people up based on the color of their skin or where they were born or their religion or their sexual orientation”.

The next Democratic Primary is in South Carolina and that occurs on February 29th.