Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Tuesday won their party’s respective primaries in Nebraska.
Clinton’s victory comes more than two months after Bernie Sanders won Nebraska’s Democratic caucuses by a 57-43 percent margin. The Omaha World-Herald reported the U.S. senator from Vermont won 15 delegates, compared to the 10 that Clinton received.
Donald Trump won the state’s Republican primary with 61 percent of the vote. He received all 36 of Nebraska’s GOP delegates.
Trump and Sanders on Tuesday also won their party’s respective primaries in West Virginia.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) suspended their campaigns last week after disappointing finishes against the presumptive Republican frontrunner in Indiana’s GOP primary. Clinton remains ahead of Sanders in the amount of total delegates to this summer’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.