Vermont Senator Bernie Sander announced to a crowd in Laramie, Wyoming that he won the Wisconsin Primary. In his speech, Sanders emphasized the momentum that his campaign generated by winning seven out of the last eight primaries and caucuses. At the time of the announcement Bernie Sanders led the state of Wisconsin with 59 percent of the vote to Hillary Clinton’s 38 percent.
The Vermont Senator thanked the people Wisconsin for their part in garnering his campaign’s momentum and repeated in verse-like speech, “What momentum is about, is that at a time in contemporary politics where every major candidate has a Super-Pacs, we have said ‘NO’!”
Sanders laid out his plan to cut into presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s delegate lead by first winning in Wyoming on Saturday then heading to New York where he expects, “to win New York and a lot of delegates in that state.”
Listen to the full speech below: