South Carolina (AP) – About 363,000 voters have given Hillary Clinton a dominating win in South Carolina’s Democratic presidential primary.
Clinton got about 74 percent of Saturday’s vote with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders getting 26 percent.
The turnout didn’t set a record. In 2008, about 530,000 voters went to the polls for the Democratic primary, and Clinton got only 27 percent of the vote against Barack Obama.
Last week, in the six-way South Carolina GOP presidential primary, more than 740,000 voters cast ballots, which did set a record for turnout.