Presidential candidate front-runners, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton have lived up to expectations, winning in the April 26 primaries in Pennsylvania, and four other Northeast states.

In the Keystone State, the record turnout expected at the polls never materialized. But over 3 million registered Pennsylvania Democrats and Republicans cast their votes.

Hillary Clinton now has 90 percent of the delegates she needs to secure the Democrat's nomination while Trump has 77 percent of the Republican delegates needed.

On the Democrat side, Bernie Sanders beat Clinton in Rhode Island.

In spite of significantly trailing Clinton, Sanders is vowing to stay in the race until the end and has cited the millions of independent voters that have not been able to cast ballots in any of the primaries.

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