Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has won Tuesday's Mississippi Democratic primary, while Bernie Sanders came out on top in Michigan -- a surprising and narrow victory, but significant win for the Democratic socialist who's been struggling to keep up with his rival.
Clinton's win in Michigan was her 12th of the 2016 campaign cycle, four more than Sanders. Clinton has won all eight contests in the South so far.
Though she won comfortably in Mississippi, she and Sanders were in a dogfight in Michigan, with Sanders slightly leading the whole way through and ultimately gaining just over half of the vote.
Despite the win, Clinton still moves closer to the general election in what appears to be a looming face-off against Donald Trump, unless another Republican candidate -- most realistically, Ted Cruz -- manages to keep racking up delegates. And fast.