Your Cheat Sheet to Tuesday's Elections

One week after Donald Trump became the likely GOP nominee, voters are casting ballots in two states. Check out everything you need to know about the West Virginia primary and Nebraska GOP primary.

Here's what's happening:

  • Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton in the West Virginia Democratic contest with almost 50 percent of the vote.
  • Of course, Trump had no issue winning there now that he is the only Republican candidate left in the race. He also took Nebraska.
  • Going into today, Clinton had 1,705 delegates and Sanders had 1,415 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.)
  • Trump had amassed 1,020 delegates delegates out of the 1,237 necessary to win the party nomination.

Here's what it means:

Here's what's next:

  • There will be a Kentucky Democratic primary and an Oregon primary next Tuesday.
  • Follow all our election coverage here.