Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders won the big prize state of Michigan on Tuesday night, dealing a blow to Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton. The AP projected Sanders won 50 percent of the vote, compared with Clinton’s 48 percent. Earlier in the evening, Clinton easily won in Mississippi, continuing to demonstrate near unanimous approval among black voters in the South. Republican frontrunner Donald Trump secured primary wins in Mississippi, Michigan, and Hawaii, expanding his lead over Sen. Ted Cruz in the race for the GOP nomination. Cruz nabbed the primary in Idaho, adding a seventh state win to his total in the presidential race.