Presidential Candidates Looking Ahead to Nebraska, West Virginia Primaries

The remaining 2016 presidential candidates are making a final push for votes ahead of primaries in Nebraska and West Virginia this week.

Despite being the only candidate left standing for the republicans, Donald Trump continues struggling to unite his party.

And democratic candidate Bernie Sanders is looking to upset rival Hillary Clinton in West Virginia.

But Clinton says she is now getting support from republicans who are nervous about Trump’s potential presidency.

Recent polls show Bernie Sanders leading Clinton in West Virginia’s democratic primary Tuesday, where 29 delegates are at stake.

Clinton now has 93% of the delegates needed to win the nomination.