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Hillary Clinton is now positioned to secure enough delegate support to clinch the 2016 Democratic nomination on Tuesday night.
Based on pre-election polling and the proportional allocation of delegates, Clinton can reasonably expect to get the delegates she'll need to take her over the top, beyond the 2,383 delegates needed.
- Hillary Clinton claims victory in Puerto Rico primary
- Poll: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders down to the wire in California
- Clinton and Sanders barnstorm across California
Six states are going to the polls Tuesday: California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota and North Dakota (Democratic Caucus), and 694 delegates are at stake in these primaries. Clinton needs fewer than 5 percent -- just 23 of them -- to clinch the nomination, and by early evening, pre-election polling suggests she'll surpass that number.
Polls have shown Clinton with a strong double-digit lead in New Jersey, which will award 126 Democratic delegates, and she needs only to win a portion of the state's vote -- she doesn't need to win the state outright.