The Democratic delegate count can get a bit complicated, because in addition to the party's 4,051 pledged delegates awarded in primary and caucus voting, there are 714 superdelegates — party figures who are free to support whichever candidate they want. This tracker shows the latest tallies for both types of delegates. To win the nomination, a candidate needs 2,383 delegates in total — a threshold that Clinton has already crossed, when superdelegates are included.
The Republican race, at this point, is much simpler. Trump is the only candidate remaining in the race, and he has already racked up enough delegates for the nomination.