New Yorkers vote Tuesday for both the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries, with polls closing at 9 p.m. ET.
Prior to the big vote, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, a New York native, polled an average of 30 percentage points higher than Ted Cruz and John Kasich. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton, who resides in Chappaqua and has campaign headquarters in Brooklyn, bested Bernie Sanders by double-digits in most polling.
Because the New York GOP rewards delegates proportionally, the candidates will pay close attention to the numbers 50 and 20 in each of the state's congressional districts. Should a candidate obtain 50 percent in a district, they get all three delegates; if the winner falls under 50 percent, he takes two delegates and the runner-up gets one; and if the runner-up gets less than 20 percent of the vote, he is not eligible for any delegates. The state also offers 14 at-large delegates, awarded as a whole to the candidate who gets 50 percent of the statewide vote, or divided proportionally among the candidates placing above 20 percent.
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 6 p.m. ET:
CBSN will also have live streaming coverage of the exit polls and primary results here.
The New York Times will also have real-time results updated on their primary guide website.