On March 6, Sanders and Clinton will meet for another debate in Flint, Michigan—a city engulfed by a scandal over the devastating failure of its water system. Michigan Democrats will go to the polls just two days later.  It will be one of Sanders’ last chances to push voters to re-think Clinton and her record.

Sanders took the stage early in the evening in his home state of Vermont, sounding hoarse after barnstorming around the country. He took advantage of the national television coverage to deliver his stump speech, but his promise to win “many hundreds of delegates” was decidedly tepid. He will need more than that to win.

Clinton spoke in Miami, at an event designed to boost turnout when the state weighs in on Mar. 15. She took the opportunity to try out some general election rhetoric, criticizing Donald Trump’s divisive rhetoric and promising to make America whole again before endorsing “love and kindness.”

Here’s a table of the results tonight:

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