SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Official tallies show Bernie Sanders will receive 29 of Utah’s Democratic delegates and Hillary Clinton will receive eight.
The Utah Democratic Party released the final count on Wednesday, more than a week Sanders was projected as the winner of the state’s caucus.
Sanders won 77 percent of the vote, giving him 27 pledged delegates to Clinton’s six.
Four remaining superdelegates are evenly split between the two candidates.
Clinton has 1,712 delegates over Sanders’ 1,011. That includes superdelegates and primaries and caucuses to date.
It takes 2,383 to clinch the Democratic nomination.
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