Election Alaska

Exit poll: Clinton expands base, Trump sells outsider image

Republican District 25 Chair Rebecca Mahaney looks over paperwork in a presidential polling place Tuesday, March 1, 2016 in Anchorage, Alaska. Alaska Republicans are poised to decide which of the remaining GOP presidential candidates will get their support. (AP Photo/Michael Dinneen)WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton held on to older people and ate into Bernie Sanders’ support among the 30-to-44 crowd on Super Tuesday as her rival claimed a clear advantage with only one age group: his devoted under-30 followers.

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