INDIANAPOLIS– Tuesday’s primary puts all eyes on Indiana as the remaining candidates push to secure their parties’ nominations.
The Hoosier state holds 83 delegates for the Democrats and 57 for the Republicans.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton currently has 2,165 of the 2,385 needed for the nomination. Sen. Bernie Sanders trails with 1,357.
On the GOP side, Donald Trump leads the pack with 996, while Sen. Ted Cruz has 565 and Ohio Gov. John Kasich has 153. A candidate needs 1,237 to get the nomination.