Presidential Candidates Prepare for Indiana Primary
The presidential candidates are making their final push for votes ahead of Tuesday’s critical primary in Indiana.
92 delegates are at stake for the democrats, and 57 for the republicans.
Hillary Clinton is 90% on the way to clinching the democratic nomination, but with Bernie Sanders projected to win Indiana’s primary, nothing is for certain.
On the other side of the aisle, another win for Donald Trump would put him even closer to snagging the republican nomination –something he mocked his rivals about at a campaign event in Indiana Sunday night, stating that other candidates are just “barely hanging on.”
Looking ahead to the general election, Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop in Detroit Sunday in hopes of appealing to African American voters at an NAACP meeting.