Hillary Clinton cruised to an easy victory in Arizona, defeating challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) by over 20 points.
Arizona is a winner-take-all state, meaning that Clinton has now won all 75 delegates. Clinton also won Arizona when she ran for president in 2008.
This election was somewhat of a disappointment for Sanders, who spent the last week in Arizona and spent a significant amount of money in the state.
Sanders this weekend: "I believe we have a lot of momentum that we are gaining every day, and I think that we have a shot to win in Arizona"— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) March 23, 2016
Sanders spent most of the past week in Arizona, including primary night last week, and outspent Clinton.— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) March 23, 2016
This piece has been updated.