WATCH LIVE: Super Tuesday Primary Results

The last “Super Tuesday” — that’s #5, for those of you at home who have been counting — is finally here, as voters head to the polls in six states today to likely close out the primary season for good.

It is widely expected that shortly after polls close in New Jersey tonight at 8 p.m. ET, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be declared the presumptive nominee of the Democratic party by the cable news networks, while some in the media have made the declaration already. Of course, that doesn’t sit too well with the Bernie Sanders camp, who is planning to hold off until the July party convention in Philadelphia to see how the superdelegates throw their support. Sanders, whose upstart and underdog campaign has exceeded every imaginable expectation, has received 10 million popular votes compared to Clinton’s 13 million so far in the primary process.

She is looking to add to that lead — and crawl her way to the nomination — after polls close in California, Montana, New Jersey, North Dakota, and South Dakota today. Republican voters in New Mexico also head to the polls today as well.

All of the primary cable news networks will be broadcasting analysis, breakdown, and results through the night as polls close in all five states.

FOX Business Network (FBN) will present LIVE coverage of the New Jersey (NJ) and California (CA) primaries Tuesday, June 7th starting at 7PM/ET. Lou Dobbs Tonight with host Lou Dobbs will kick off the evening beginning at 7PM-9PM/ET. Cavuto: Coast- to-Coast will follow at 9PM/ET featuring FBN’s Trish Regan.

FOX News Channel (FNC) will present expanded coverage of the primary races with America’s Election Headquarters: The Final States. FNC’s lineup will be live from coast-to-coast as the numbers roll in and races are called.

Live from San Diego at 6PM/ET, Special Report with Bret Baier will kick off the network’s coverage of this crucial primary night, followed by On The Record with Greta Van Susteren (7PM/ET) from the boardwalk in Seaside Heights, NJ. The O’Reilly Factor will then take over from New York at 8PM/ET and toss it back over to the west coast for The Kelly File at 9PM/ET. Hannity will provide political commentary from New York during the ten o’clock hour and at 11PM/ET, Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly will co-anchor America’s Election Headquarters from San Diego as they break down the results of the much anticipated races through 1AM/ET.

FNC’s Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum will cover the exit poll data and results in the key counties and states throughout the evening. The Campaign Cowboys, including FOX News Sunday’s Chris Wallace and FNC contributors Karl Rove and Joe Trippi, will also provide analysis and insight.

CNN will broadcast American’s Choice 2016: Super Tuesday beginning at 7 p.m. ET with continuing coverage in the evening until after the final polls close.

MSNBC: The “Place for Politics” begins at 5 p.m. ET with live analysis, breakdown, and coverage of the primary returns.

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