PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will both be campaigning in Pennsylvania.
Clinton is scheduled to address the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO Convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday, then head to Pittsburgh for an evening event at Carnegie Mellon University.
Sanders plans to hold a rally Wednesday night at the Liacouras Center at Temple University.
Bernie Sanders' win in Wisconsin will give him a handful of additional delegates, but he still lags Hillary Clinton by a big number.
With 86 delegates at stake, Sanders will pick up at least 44. Clinton will gain at least 28.
He still must win 67% of the remaining delegates and uncommitted super delegates in order to win the Democratic Presidential Nomination.
The good news for the Sanders' campaign is, he is on a winning streak.
So far, he has won seven out of the last eight caucuses and primaries.