Hillary Clinton supporters narrowly edged out Bernie Sanders supporters at the Natrona County Democratic Party caucuses on Saturday.


County Democrats will send 20 delegates for Clinton to the Wyoming Democratic Party convention in Cheyenne in May, two more than the 18 who will pledge their votes for Sanders, according to the results from convention Chairman Eric Nelson.


There were 317 participants at the caucuses at the Casper Events Center, plus another 456 absentees who cast their votes in advance, bringing the total to 773.


However, the supporters for Vermont Sen. Sanders outnumbered and out-vocalized the Clinton supporters, with one Sanders shouting “foul” at the results.


This story will be updated.


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