The Hoosier State will vote Tuesday, May 3, in both the Republican and Democratic presidential primaries, with polls closing at 6 p.m. local time.
The race is considered especially important on the GOP side because a victory for Donald Trump would mean Ted Cruz loses the last remaining state he had a shot at winning, thereby making the likelihood of his overtaking the frontrunner's delegate count even more impossible. The Republicans' winner-take-all structure in Indiana means that Trump could conceivably walk away with all 57 delegates (30 statewide, 27 from congressional districts) even if his victory margins are narrow.
On the Democratic side the race is much less dramatic. Hillary Clinton is widely expected to cruise to a victory over Bernie Sanders, bringing her delegate count even closer to the required 2,383 tally.
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 4 p.m. ET: