Washington, March 26: The race for the US presidential nomination is getting more intense with each passing day. While former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton is leading the Democratic race, real-estate tycoon Donald Trump holds the advantage in the Republican camp.
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While Clinton has more delegates at the moment than her opponent Democrat Bernie Sanders, it is Trump who is closest to the finishing line among the three Republican candidates remaining in the fray.
While a Democratic candidate requires 2,383 delegates to get the nomination for the November 8 general elections to the White House, a Republican candidate needs 1,237 delegates.
Here is how the candidates in the respective parties are placed at the moment:
We haven't included the superdelegate numbers for the Democratic candidates.