2016 Presidential Election Delegate Count Review

ABC News' Jon Karl reports the latest news from the 2016 presidential campaign trail.
1:00 | 04/26/16

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Let's look at the road ahead for the candidates. Jon Karl is here in the studio to break it down. The all-important delegate count. Jon, let's -- start with the republicans. Reporter: Well, robin, Donald Trump is already closing in on the 1,237 he needs to win. If you look at the states voting today, these are the ones in dark red, they represent 172 delegates combined. That's as much as the state of California and trump is poised to win the majority of them which is why you see this deal between Cruz and kasich, Cruz is going to concentrate on the state of Indiana which votes next week and is shaping up as a do or die primary for those wanting to stop trump. So what about the Numbers for the democrats, Jon? Well, Hillary Clinton is even closer to getting the delegates she needs to win and if you look at the states for the democrats today, five states, four of them are closed primaries. That means independents cannot vote and Bernie sanders has done very well with independents, in fact, he has not won a single closed primary so far. All right, Jon, thank you.

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