Tuesday is huge for Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich as New York votes for their preferred candidate.

New York voters have been heading to the polls all day to vote in the presidential primary. Clinton and Trump are looking to regain their leads over their respective races after a series of wins from their major challengers, Sanders and Cruz. Meanwhile, those challengers are hoping to further their momentum.

Recent polls are predicting Clinton will win the Democratic primary by a margin between six and 17 percentage points. The race on the Republican is even more extreme, with Trump leading his closest competitor, Kasich, by at least 23 points.

Beyond just winning the New York primary, though, there is significance to winning for three of these candidates. Sanders was born and raised in Brooklyn before moving to Vermont; Trump is a New York staple who grew up in Queens; Clinton presided as a Senator in New York from 2001-2009.

The polls close in New York at 9 p.m. ET.

To watch live results from the New York primary as they come in tonight, all three cable news channels will be devoting full coverage.

To watch CNN live online, go to their site here.

To watch Fox News live, go to their site here.

To watch MSNBC live, go to their site here.

All three are also able to stream on mobile devices.

And if you couldn't care less about pundit coverage, all three sites are giving live updates of the results, which you can find at CNN.com, FoxNews.com and MSNBC.com.

Keep up with the live results from the New York primary on Twitter by using hashtag #PrimaryDay or #NYPrimary.