Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton dominated the April 26th primaries.
Five states voted in both the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries: Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
Trump won all five states. Clinton carried four but lost Rhode Island to Bernie Sanders.
There were a total of 384 delegates up for grabs on the Democratic side.
A total of 118 delegates were available for Republicans. NOTE: 54 GOP delegates in Pennsylvania are required to attend the GOP convention as “undeclared.”
For Democrats, 2,383 delegates are required for the nomination. Right now:
Hillary Clinton: 1,941 (incl 489 SD)
Bernie Sanders: 1,240 (incl 41 SD)
For Republicans, 1,237 delegates are required for the nomination. Right now:
Donald Trump: 846
Ted Cruz: 563
John Kasich: 147