Presidential primary front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were projected to roll to convincing victories Tuesday night -- with Trump projected to sweep all five states holding primaries, and Hillary Clinton projected to beat Bernie Sanders in at least three of them.
Fox News projects Clinton will win Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware. It's too early to call Rhode Island and Connecticut in that contest.
But Trump will complete a sweep in all five of those states. Coming on the heels of his victory in New York state a week ago, it gives him significant momentum heading into next week’s primary in Indiana.
Based on Fox News exit polls, Trump is on track to win over 50 percent of the vote in at least three of those states, a feat he has only achieved once before, in New York. Ohio Gov. John Kasich also is projected to finish second in Connecticut, leaving Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to finish third.
Overall, Democrats were competing for 384 delegates in Tuesday's contests, while Republicans had 118 up for grabs (not counting 54 unbound delegates in Pennsylvania).
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