It’s time for two more primary elections, and we’re dying to see the results! HollywoodLife.com’s got you covered for live coverage of the elections in Nebraska and West Virginia tonight. Click through to watch the live stream!
Who’s going to win big tonight? The democratic presidential primary race is still being waged between Hillary Clinton, 68, and Bernie Sanders, 74. But with the last two nominees dropping out of the GOP race, Donald Trump, 69, is now the only person running as a republican! Oh boy — tonight is going to be crazy! Click through to watch a live stream of the Nebraska and West Virginia primaries!
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After Nebraska and West Virginia cast their votes for their presidential nominees, there are only six more election dates left until primary season is over. We’re almost there, folks! Tonight’s primaries are can’t-miss events; tune in at 7:30pm ET to see the GOP-only results in Nebraska, and 9:00pm ET for both GOP and democratic results in West Virginia! CLICK HERE to watch a live stream of the election results!
There’s much ado about everything tonight in these two states. Trump is only running against himself, but that doesn’t mean he’s the republican nominee for president — at least not yet. With 1020 delegates to his name, he’s still a bit short of the 1237 required to secure the nomination. Tonight, there are 70 delegates up for grabs: 36 in Nebraska and 34 in West Virginia. He’ll be that much closer to sealing the deal after tonight, no matter what happens.
As for the democrats, there’s still very much a battle raging between Hillary and Bernie — don’t discount him just yet! Bernie won the last election, in Indiana on May 3, and there’s no indication that he’s slowing down. With 29 delegates at stake in West Virginia, the democratic winner could get a needed boost toward that required delegate count for the nomination: 2,383. Hillary currently has 1,705, while Bernie has 1,415. This race is closer than a lot of people think!
HollywoodLifers, are you going to watch the election coverage for the Nebraska and West Virginia primaries? Tell us in the comments!