Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has won Nevada's caucuses, and he knows exactly what got him here.
Sanders was projected to be Nevada's winner even with just a few percentage points of results reporting, and his decisive showing in entrance polls. His victory speech Saturday night rehashed the bold goals his "multigenerational, multiracial coalition" had campaigned for in Nevada, and he pledged that coalition was "going to sweep this country."
Sanders gave his speech from El Paso, Texas, where he promised to not only win the Democratic primary, but win the general election as well. But "don't tell Donald Trump," Sanders said. "He'll get very nervous."