By David Spunt

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Fresh off his Winsconsin win, Bernie Sanders took the stage at Temple University with enthusiasm.

“This sounds to me like the sound of a political revolution,”Sanders said.

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Sanders spent a lot of time in Wisconsin. He’s hoping to take Pennsylvania too. Sanders spoke with Eyewitness News before he took the stage.

“You got a lot of delegates here and we are going to win as many of them as we can,” Sanders said.

Democrats can win up to 246 delegates in Pennsylvania. It takes 2,383 delegates to secure the Democratic nomination.

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“We are running to win. We have won seven out of the last eight primaries and caucuses. We have got a road to victory and I look forward to coming back to this beautiful city,” Sanders said.

A new Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday shows Hillary Clinton ahead of Sanders 50 to 44 in Pennsylvania.

Earlier in the evening sanders visited with a crowd at Tindley Temple United Methodist Church in South Philly. Sanders said he is also very much focused on New York, his birth state and clinton’s adopted home state. The primary there is April 19.

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Voters will go to the polls in Pennsylvania and Delaware on April 26. The New Jersey primary is June 7.