Clinton, Trump look for big wins in five primaries

People cast their ballots in a polling station during the presidential primary election on April 26, 2016 in Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaVoters went to the polls Tuesday in five northeastern US states, where strong showings by presidential frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump could propel them closer to clinching the Democratic and Republican nominations. Should Clinton sweep the primaries in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware, it would put her on the cusp of Democratic victory against her rival Senator Bernie Sanders, a monumental step in her quest to become the nation’s first female commander-in-chief. “I don’t have the nomination yet,” the former secretary of state said in a town hall event in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s largest city, on the eve of the vote.

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