Some people are calling it a “mini Super Tuesday.” Others aren’t calling it anything in particular.

Regardless, it’s a Tuesday, and people in multiple states headed to polling locations.

tl;dr

  • Trump winning 5 out of 5 in a landslide
  • Clinton projected to win 4 or 5 out of the 5
  • Sanders projected to win 1 or 2 out of the 5

Results as of 9:30 EST on 26 April 2016:

Republicans

Pennsylvania (18% reporting)

  • Trump 58%
  • Cruz 21%
  • Kasich 18%

Maryland (3% reporting)

  • Trump 54%
  • Cruz 24%
  • Kasich 20%

Rhode Island (56% reporting)

  • Trump 66%
  • Cruz 22%
  • Kasich 10%

Delaware (98% reporting)

  • Trump 61%
  • Cruz 16%
  • Kasich 20%

Connecticut (42% reporting)

  • Trump 60%
  • Cruz 12%
  • Kasich 26%

Democrats

Pennsylvania (19% reporting)

  • Clinton 58%
  • Sanders 42%

Maryland (3% reporting)

  • Clinton 67%
  • Sanders 30%

Rhode Island (56% reporting)

  • Clinton 42%
  • Sanders 56%

Delaware (98% reporting)

  • Clinton 60%
  • Sanders 39%

Connecticut (40% reporting)

  • Clinton 48%
  • Sanders 50%

Late-night update:

tl;dr Trump wins all, Clinton wins 4, Sanders wins 1. 

Final results, or really close to final results:

Republicans

Pennsylvania (99% reporting)

  • Trump 57% (17 delegates)
  • Cruz 22%
  • Kasich 19%

Maryland (99% reporting)

  • Trump 56% (35 delegates)
  • Cruz 18%
  • Kasich 23%

Rhode Island (100% reporting)

  • Trump 64% (9 delegates)
  • Cruz 10% (1 delegate)
  • Kasich 24% (5 delegates)

Delaware (100% reporting)

  • Trump 61% (16 delegates)
  • Cruz 16%
  • Kasich 20%

Connecticut (98% reporting)

  • Trump 58% (28 delegates)
  • Cruz 12%
  • Kasich 29%

Democrats

Pennsylvania (99% reporting)

  • Clinton 56% (91 delegates)
  • Sanders 44% (59 delegates)

Maryland (99% reporting)

  • Clinton 63% (53 delegates)
  • Sanders 33% (24 delegates)

Rhode Island (100% reporting)

  • Clinton 43% (11 delegates)
  • Sanders 55% (13 delegates)

Delaware (100% reporting)

  • Clinton 60% (12 delegates)
  • Sanders 39% (9 delegates)

Connecticut (98% reporting)

  • Clinton 52% (27 delegates)
  • Sanders 47% (24 delegates)

Delegate totals for tonight:

  • Trump – 105
  • Kasich – 5
  • Cruz – 1
  • Clinton – 194
  • Sanders – 129

Source for delegate totals: RealClearPolitics