By David Hylton
Front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton easily won the New York primary on Tuesday, getting one step closer to securing the nominations.
According to NBCNews, Trump holds a 285-delegate lead over Ted Cruz -- it was 197 before Tuesday night.
For Democrats, Clinton holds a 695-delegate lead over Bernie Sanders. It was 665.
The race for the White House now stays on the East Coast as voters in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island cast ballots on Tuesday, April 26.
Visit NBC12.com's Race for the White House page for more on this year's primary season.