The final states are currently voting for their 2016 presidential candidate of choice, and there are a few ways you can track the results live online.
It all comes down to this. California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota and South Dakota voters are heading to the polls to vote in the presidential primaries. With only the District of Columbia left to vote after Tuesday, the race on both the Democratic and Republican sides will be all but officially decided.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are both hoping to win by big margins today, though Clinton is ahead of Sanders by hundreds of pledged delegates (and even more hundreds if you count superdelegates). FiveThirtyEight has predicted winners in the most crucial, delegate-heavy states of the day, California and New Jersey, with Clinton expected to win both by differing margins. They believe Clinton has an 89 percent chance of winning California, and a greater than 99 percent chance of winning New Jersey.
Meanwhile, The Associated Press officially declared Clinton the presumptive nominee for the Democratic party, having enough wracked up delegates according to their calculations. But Clinton is not quite ready to accept just yet, tweeting that she is "flattered" but stressing that six states still needed to cast their votes.
On the other side of the aisle, Donald Trump has been deemed the presumptive nominee of the Republican party, so today's GOP primaries are basically a formality. With all other major candidates suspending their campaigns, Trump is expected to pick up all six states.
The New Jersey polls close at 8 p.m. ET, New Mexico, North Dakota and South Dakota's polls close at 9 p.m., Montana's polls close at 10 p.m. and California's polls close at 11 p.m. You should expect results to come in shortly after 8 p.m.
CNN, Fox News and MSNBC will be devoting coverage to the primary results.
If you wish to watch CNN live online, go to their site here.
To watch Fox News live, go to their site here.
And to watch MSNBC live, go to their site here.
And if you don't want to watch TV coverage of the race, all three sites will provide live updates of the results, which can be found at CNN.com, FoxNews.com and MSNBC.com.
Keep up with the live results from the primaries on Twitter by using hashtag #PrimaryDay.