Call it the Acela Corridor vote. On Tuesday, April 26, residents in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania will cast their primary ballots.
The polls close in all five states at 8 p.m. ET.
Four of the states are closed primaries, with Rhode Island's semi-closed being the only exception. Unaffiliated voters in The Ocean State can select to vote in either the Republican or Democratic primaries, unlike in the other states.
Heading into the primary day, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump holds substantial double-digit leads in all five states, with John Kasich polling second-place in the more liberal states like Maryland and Connecticut; and Cruz as runner-up in Pennsylvania. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton holds sizeable lead in each of the five states.
For live-streamed results of the primary, tune into the cable news networks like CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC—all of which have mobile and streaming apps accessible using a cable authentification login. Users can also check out the ABC News live coverage below, starting at 5 p.m. ET:
The New York Times will also have real-time results updated on their primary guide website.