The Primary Election 2016 live stream results for April 26 are starting to roll in. Today’s voters will play a key role in the upcoming 2016 Presidential nomination process, especially for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Clinton and Trump could put a strangle hold on the competition if they sweep all five states today, and that looks very possible. With early polls indicating that Clinton and Trump lead in all five states, today could be the biggest day yet in the primaries in setting up a Trump vs Clinton match-up this fall. The 2016 primary live stream results will be aired live on various outlets that include FOX Business, CNN and more.
According to FOX News.com voters in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island will be heading to the voting booths up until 8:00 p.m. ET this evening, and unlike in years past, their votes could ultimately sway the outcome in which nominees are elected to represent their party. Super Tuesday 3, or what some have dubbed it “Super Tuesday for the Big East” could very well be the end of the line for Bernie Sanders and John Kasich if things go awry.
On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton is smelling blood. Clinton knows a big turnout tonight and over the next week will all but make her the party’s candidate. She told Rachel Maddow on MSNBC while she respects Senator Sanders, she believes she is more qualified to run the country.
“I am ahead in the vote, Rachel. I am way ahead. Look, I have the greatest respect for Senator Sanders, but really, what he and his supporters are now saying, just doesn’t add up. I have 2.7 million more votes than he has. I have more than 250 more pledged delegates. I’m very proud of the campaign we have run, and the support we have gotten, and of course we’re going to work together. As I said, I share a lot of the same goals, we’ve got to work together, but I am ahead. And let’s start from that premise while we talk about what happens next, okay?”
On the GOP side of things, it does seem odd that Ted Cruz and John Kasich continuously talk about their path to victory, when it is literally impossible. Cruz needs 98% of all votes from here on out to pass Trump, while Kasich mathematically can’t pass Cruz or Trump – even if he won 100% of the remaining delegates. With a bad showing tonight, the GOP may start telling Cruz and Kasich that it’s time to pack it up!
Pollsters can watch all of the primary results unfold live nationally on FOX News and CNN starting at 6:00 p.m. ET. FOX Business will also be covering the results live starting at 7:00 p.m. ET. Live stream coverage will also be available through CNN.com, and FOX News.com.