It’s a crucial vote for both the Democrats and Republicans Tuesday as five states are holding primary elections for their presidential candidate.
Polls are open in North Carolina, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio and Florida with the latter two being considered key states in securing the nomination.
Front runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton go into tonight’s battle with large leads and could almost wrap up their nominations with victories in all states.
New York real estate mogul Trump is the favorite to win the Republican nomination despite fierce opposition within the party.
The push back comes as rallies for the Apprentice star have turned violent at times with some, like the Chicago stop, having to be cancelled due to security fears.
Meanwhile, Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton hope’s to fend off her challenger, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Sanders pulled off an upset win in Michigan a week ago which has kept him in the race.
There are 691 delegates at stake for the Democrats in the five states on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Republicans have winner take all scenarios in Ohio and Florida for a total of 99 delegates.