U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Donald Trump have won their respective races in the West Virginia primary election.
Sanders is leading former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton 49 percent to 40 percent with 17 percent of precincts supporting.
On the Republican side, Trump, his party's presumptive nominee, has 73 percent of the vote to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-TX) 11 percent. Ohio Gov. John Kasich garnered 9 percent of the vote. Cruz and Kasich suspended their campaigns last week after Trump won Indiana, putting him in the prime spot to clinch the 1,237 delegates needed to receive the Republican presidential nomination.
Trump also won the Nebraska primary Tuesday evening, with 60 percent of the vote to Cruz's 19 percent and Kasich's 14 percent with 21 percent of precincts reporting.
UPDATE (5/11/16): As of 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, election results show Trump won the Nebraska Republican primary with 61.4 percent of the vote to Cruz's 18.5 percent and Kasich's 11.4 percent, with 100 percent of precincts reporting. In the West Virginia Republican contest, 97 percent of precincts are reporting. Trump received 76.9 percent of the vote in West Virginia, with Cruz and Kasich pulling in 9 percent and 6.8 percent, respectively. Trump now has 1,087 delegates after Tuesday's elections.
On the Democratic side, Sanders won the West Virginia primary with 51.4 percent of the vote to Clinton's 36 percent. Ninety-seven percent of precincts are reporting.
Tuesday's election results bring the delegate count to 1,716 for Clinton and 1,430 for Sanders. A total of 2,383 delegates is required to win the Democratic presidential nomination.