Published March 09, 2016
In the U.S. presidential race, all eyes were on the two biggest states voting Tuesday. Democrat Bernie Sanders won a narrow upset victory over frontrunner Hillary Clinton in the Michigan primary, injecting new life into his campaign. Clinton easily defeated Sanders in Mississippi. Meanwhile, Republican Donald Trump continued his winning ways in both places, moving another step closer to securing his party’s presidential nomination. VOA National Correspondent Jim Malone examines the results.