If Clinton and Trump sweep the Northeast, are the primaries basically over? | The Tylt
This Tuesday, five states will host primaries: Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
Frontrunners Trump and Clinton are expected to come out on top of each state, pushing them out even further ahead of their opponents.
It's been a strange primary season, so don't count the underdogs out just yet. A recent Cruz-Kasich alliance and the grit of Bernie Sanders can go a long way to throw off the plans of the frontrunners.
But even if the numbers at the end of Tuesday's primaries don't signal a curtain drop, it certainly makes it feel like the end is nigh.
Is it time for the GOP and the Democrats to start consolidating the political chessboard or is there still a fight to pick?
If Clinton and Trump sweep the Northeast, are the primaries basically over?
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