June 4, 2016
Democrats in two U.S. territories vote this weekend as Hillary Clinton closes in on her party's nomination. On Saturday, 7 delegates are available in the U.S. Virgin Islands caucuses. On Sunday, 60 more are available in the Puerto Rico primary.
Caucus hours in the Virgin Islands are 10AM to 6PM Atlantic Standard Time (AST) Saturday. Polls are open 8AM to 3PM AST in Puerto Rico on Sunday. Neither country is on Daylight Savings Time so these times are the same as Eastern Time.
Clinton enters the weekend just 70 delegates short of clinching the nomination. It's mathematically possible, although highly unlikely, that she could reach 2,383 this weekend.
The full June calendar is on the map below. Apart from the two territories this weekend, and Washington D.C., which votes on June 14, all the contests will be held this Tuesday, June 7th.
Note that the delegate totals on this map include superdelegates.
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