Donald Trump Wins Pennsylvania Republican Presidential Primary, Defeating Ted Cruz, John Kasich

Donald Trump attracted a broad coalition of Republican voters as he won presidential primary elections in Connecticut, Maryland and Pennsylvania, pulling in support across income groups, from men and women and from those who want a candidate who will shake things up.

US Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has secured a vast majority of unbound delegates from Pennsylvania, thus bringing him closer to a monumental duel with his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for the White House. Soon after his victory, Trump argued that the unbound delegates had moral obligation to vote for at the convention in the first ballot respecting the mandate of the people of the State.

"The winning message is, you should support me because I think I can do the best job and here is what I can do and I think that's what Hillary Clinton is presenting", she said.

On the democratic campaign trail, Senator Bernie Sanders is looking ahead and campaigning in Oregon.

Sanders would need to win 80 percent of the remaining delegates to win the nomination. "The only thing she's got going is the women's card, and the handsome thing is, women don't like her, okay, and look how well I did with women tonight". He won at least 54 percent in every state, capturing most of the delegates at stake. Cuomo asked Trump on Wednesday.

At a campaign rally in IN, whose presidential primary is next week, Cruz acknowledged he was not expected to win any of the five states voting in primaries on Tuesday.

Clinton keeps trying to leave Sanders behind but he's been resisting taking the hint, even though his long odds of capturing the nomination deteriorated even further Tuesday night after he lost to her in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and CT. His event was held at the "Hoosier gym", where some scenes were filmed for the 1986 movie "Hoosiers", about a small-town IN basketball team that wins the state championship.

Sanders himself said that California deserves a voice in the primary process, and they don't go to the polls until June. According to the AP count, Clinton has 2,089 delegates while Sanders has 1,258.

Those were among the findings from exit polls conducted for The Associated Press and television networks by Edison Research.