Portland, Oregon—Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders faces off with a bird during a rally at the Moda Center on March 25. The Vermont senator dominated caucuses in the Pacific Northwest over Easter weekend, gaining more than 70 percent of the vote in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii. "We knew things were going to improve as we headed west," Sanders told supporters in Madison, Wisconsin, which holds its primary April 5. That state will be a critical test for both Democratic candidates ahead of New York’s primary on April 19.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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