CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Officials say the Wyoming Democratic caucuses have resulted in an even split of the state's 14 available delegates between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.

Sanders won 56 percent of the votes cast Saturday in the 23 county caucuses while 44 percent went to Clinton.

Wyoming has a total of 18 delegates who will cast votes for presidential candidates at the Democratic National Convention in July.

Two are party leaders and two are national committee members who are allowed to vote independently for the candidate for their choice.