The US presidential nomination race heads to West Virginia on Tuesday (May 10) for both Republican and Democratic primaries, and Nebraska for the Republicans.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump currently stands with 1,021 delegates, which is still 217 delegates short of the 1,237 needed to win the nomination. For the Democrats, Mrs Hillary Clinton has 1,701 delegates, putting her 290 delegates ahead of Bernie Sanders' 1,411. Although this margin seems small, 511 of the 714 superdelegates, who have yet to pledge, have endorsed Mrs Clinton which would put her just 159 delegates short of the 2,383 needed to win the nomination.
Here are the results:
|Democrats||n/a||Bernie Sanders (51.3%)|
|Republicans||Donald Trump (61.8%)||Donald Trump (76.6%)|
Here are the numbers of delegates which candidates have won so far. Figures in brackets are superdelegates (unpledged Democratic party leaders who are free to support any candidate) and are included in the total number.
|Nebraska (36 delegates - winner takes all)||36|
|West Virginia (34 delegates)||3|
|Total delegates already won||1,108 (49)|
|West Virginia (37 delegates )|
|Total delegates already won||2,239 (523)||1,469 (39)|
SOURCE: The New York Times