CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Democrats caucus Saturday in each of the state's 23 counties.

Party leaders expect robust turnout because of the presidential contest between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.

Fourteen of Wyoming's 18 delegates to the national convention are up for grabs among the presidential hopefuls, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

While the delegate number is small compared to other states, Sanders is looking to extend his recent success against Clinton.

Sanders has won six of the last seven contests between the two and a victory in Wyoming would keep his momentum heading into the big contests coming up later this month in New York and elsewhere.

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