Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won the Democratic presidential caucus in Maine on Sunday. There are a total of 30 delegates at stake, but it was unclear how many rival Hillary Clinton had taken. Over the weekend, Sanders won the Kansas and Nebraska caucuses while Clinton claimed the Louisiana primary. However, Clinton actually won more delegates, with 65 compared to Sanders’s 47. The former secretary of state leads Sanders overall with 1,121 to 479, including pledged and superdelegates.