Delegates from every state participated in the Roll Call at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.

According USA Today, “A roll call vote is when each state comes forward and announces how many delegates they are delivering to each candidate based (mostly) on the results of the state’s primary.”

In the end, Hillary Clinton had over 2,500 delegates while Bernie Sanders had around 1,800.

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Here are videos of Idaho and Utah during their Roll Call.