Tuesday Live Results

April 26, 2016

Updated delegate count 10:45PM

Trump sweeps all five states, winning 105 delegates, reaching 950 total. Kasich has won 5 delegates, Cruz 0

Trump has swept delegates in DE, PA, CT. 8 more delegates remain to be allocated.

Trump now only candidate that can reach 1,237 before convention

Clinton wins MD, DE, PA, CT, picking up 190 delegates thus far, surpassing 2,150.  

Sanders wins RI; he has gained 114 delegates tonight. About 80 more delegates remain to be allocated

AP: Clinton can lose every remaining primary by a wide margin and still capture her party’s nomination ow.ly/4n8o70

For detailed vote results, visit the New York Times.

 

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