Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic presidential primary in Pennsylvania, further solidifying her footing in the race against Bernie Sanders.
Leading up to Tuesday’s contest, Clinton had campaigned extensively in the state, which she often refers to as her ancestral home.
The former Secretary of State entered Tuesday’s five primaries having already accumulated 82 percent of the delegates needed to win her party’s nomination. While she can’t win enough delegates to officially knock Sanders out of the race this week, she can erase any lingering doubts about her standing.
There are 384 Democratic delegates up for grabs in Tuesday’s five contests. Earlier Tuesday, Clinton won the races in Maryland and Delaware.