Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvanie, Rhode Island, and Maryland vote today. All polls close at 8:00 PM EST.

UPDATES (by WAJ):

Issue is not whether Trump wins the 5 states, issue is whether he picks up more delegates than expected, which he will have to do to get on trajectory for first ballot win.

Big delegate nights for both Trump and Hillary. Trump exceeded expectations.

http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results

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On the Republican ticket:

Delegate breakdown is as follows (we’re tracking bound delegates only, since unbound delegates will vote for whomever at the convention):

Connecticut: 28
Delaware: 16
Maryland: 38
Pennsylvania: 17
Rhode Island: 19

For a total of 172 delegates up for grabs tonight.

Current delegate totals are as follows:

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Guy Benson from Townhall has a concise breakdown of what to expect tonight, and predicts a Trump sweep:

On the Democratic ticket:

Delegate breakdown is as follows (we’re tracking bound delegates only, since unbound delegates will vote for whomever at the convention):

Connecticut: 55
Delaware: 21
Maryland: 95
Pennsylvania: 189
Rhode Island: 24

384 delegates for the taking.

Current delegate totals are as follows:

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Hillary is expected to do quite well tonight.

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