New York Primary: Down to a Wire

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A polling place in a Tottenville area in Staten Island on Tuesday.

Eric Thayer for The New York Times

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Voters in New York are streamer to a polls in a Republican and Democratic presidential races. Here’s what to know about Tuesday’s contests:

Poll Closing Time

9 p.m. Eastern

Delegates during Stake

Republican race: 95.

Democratic race: 291.

Here’s how a rest of a nominee competition could unfold.

What to Watch For

Here’s partial of what Maggie Haberman of The Times is profitable courtesy to:

In 2008, a audience in a state Democratic primary was during a high, with some-more than 1.89 million people voting for possibly Hillary Clinton, afterwards a senator from New York, or her rival, Barack Obama, afterwards a senator from Illinois.

And some-more than 670,000 Republicans voted in a primary for a competition that by afterwards was clearly disposition toward Senator John McCain of Arizona. The New Yorker in a race, Rudolph W. Giuliani, had forsaken out prolonged before.

The odds of a Democratic audience reaching a 2008 turn is slim. But a Republicans could positively surpass their 2008 numbers given a unrestrained that Mr. Trump has set off in pockets of a state including Staten Island.

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