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Indiana Primary Results 2016

Your Cheat Sheet to Indiana's Election Results

As primary season winds down, the remaining candidates are facing off in the Indiana election. Check out everything you need to know.

Here's what's happening:

  • Donald Trump won the GOP race with 53 percent of the vote, according to the Associated Press.
  • Following the results, Ted Cruz dropped out of the race.
  • Bernie Sanders came out victorious in the Democratic contest, beating Hillary Clinton with 53 percent of the vote.
  • Fifty-seven delegates were up for grabs on the Republican side; Democrats were fighting for 92.
  • Going into the Indiana primary, Trump had amassed 956 delegates, Ted Cruz 546, and John Kasich 153 out of the 1,237 needed to win the party nomination.
  • On the Democratic side, Clinton went in with 1,663 delegates and Sanders 1,367 out of the 2,383 needed. (This count does not include superdelegates, many of whom have pledged to vote for Clinton but can still change their minds.)

Here's what it means:

Here's what's next:

  • There will be a Guam Democratic caucus on Saturday, May 7, as well as a Nebraska GOP primary and a West Virginia primary on Tuesday, May 10.
  • Follow all our election coverage here.
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