Clinton won four of five states contested Tuesday. Trump won all five.
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Trump swept five states in Tuesday's Northeast primaries, bringing him tantalizingly close to securing the Republican nomination against Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Clinton, meanwhile, is now 90 percent of the way to her party's nomination after four solid victories of her own.The Republican race now turns to Indiana, where next week's primary marks one of Cruz's last chances to slow Trump and push the race toward a contested convention.Similarly, Clinton won convincingly in four of the five contests, scoring 56 percent in Pennsylvania and 63 percent in Maryland – the two biggest contests of the night.Likewise, Clinton was eager to turn her attention to Trump.In the Republican race, Cruz and Kasich are desperately trying to force a convention fight.According to the AP count, Clinton now has 2,151 delegates while Sanders has 1,338 .
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