Hillary Clinton might have clinched the Democratic nomination last night, but six states are still going to the polls in the last big voting day for presidential primaries and caucuses. The big prize tonight is California, where Clinton is maintaining a narrow lead over challenger Bernie Sanders.
So far, Clinton has won New Jersey, South Dakota, and New Mexico. Sanders has won North Dakota and Montana.
The presidential primaries don't wrap up until next week, when the District of Columbia votes. And congressional primaries continue throughout the summer. But this is the last Tuesday of 2016 that could be deemed a Super Tuesday.
Here's what time the polls close and where the race stands in every state. Virtually all of the Republican delegates are likely to go to Donald Trump, who has already clinched the nomination.
California: Polls close 8 pm Pacific (11 pm Eastern)
Delegates at stake: 475 Democratic delegates, 172 Republican delegates
The polls predict: Clinton held a strong lead in California all year, but in the past week Sanders has been closing in. A Sanders victory is highly unlikely to change the course of the presidential race, which the Associated Press reported Monday night that Clinton had already clinched, but it would be an upset given Clinton's strength among nonwhite voters. The RealClearPolitics polling average currently has Clinton leading by 2 points.
Montana: Sanders wins
Delegates at stake: 21 Democratic delegates, 27 Republican delegates
New Jersey: Clinton wins
Delegates at stake: 126 Democratic delegates, 51 Republican delegates
New Mexico: Clinton wins
Delegates at stake: 34 Democratic delegates, 24 Republican delegates
North Dakota: Sanders wins
Only Democrats are caucusing in North Dakota today.
Delegates at stake: 12
South Dakota: Clinton wins
Delegates at stake: 20 Democratic delegates, 29 Republican delegates