- Sanders hopes wins Saturday will help build momentum for larger states later on
- Clinton has a commanding overall lead in delegates
(CNN)Saturday was a big day for Bernie Sanders' quest for the Democratic presidential nomination as he swept to resounding victories in the caucus states of Hawaii, Washington and Alaska. But the delegate math is still in Hillary Clinton's favor.
Warning shot to Clinton
Big turnout in Hawaii
Still, Clinton's ties to Hawaii date back to 1992 when she campaigned in Honolulu for her husband. Her campaign is well organized in Hawaii and she has racked up endorsements from key state leaders including Sens. Mazie Hirono and Brian Schatz, as well as former Gov. George Ariyoshi.