Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remain the frontrunners for their party’s nomination for president after the New York Primary on Tuesday, April 19, 2016. Polls closed at 9 p.m. ET yesterday.
With 99% of precincts reporting, here are the New York Primary Results:
Democratic Primary 247 delegates
Hillary Clinton 139 delegates 58% of the vote
Bernie Sanders 106 delegates 42% of the vote
Republican Primary 95 delegates
Donald Trump 89 delegates 60.4% of the vote
John Kasich 4 delegates 25.1% of the vote
Ted Cruz 0 delegates 14.5% of the vote
On the Republican side, 1,237 delegates are needed to become the party’s presidential nominee. 733 delegates remain available. Trump has 845 delegates. Cruz has 559 delegates. Kasich has 148 delegates.
On the Democratic side, 2,383 delegates are needed to win the party’s nomination. 1,646 delegates are available.
Clinton has 1,428 pledged delegates; 502 super delegates. Sanders has 1,151 pledged delegates; 38 super delegates.
Super delegates can vote for any Democratic Party candidate.
Source: Associated Press