The results are in from the last set of primaries leading up to a huge Tuesday when Florida, Illinois, North Carolina and Ohio will vote, and quite possibly decide, who the Republican and Democratic parties nominees for president will be.
It was not a good day for front-runner Donald Trump in Saturday's Wyoming GOP caucuses. Ted Cruz owned in that state where he garnered 66 percent of the vote, which will give him nine of the state's 12 delegates, according to Politico. Marco Rubio came in second with 19 percent of the vote, while Trump pulled in 7.2 percent for third place.
In Washington, D.C., Rubio came out on top in the district's GOP primary, barely beating John Kasich, with 37 percent of the vote compared to Kasich's 36 percent. Donald Trump was third there as well, earning 14 percent of the vote in the nation's capital.
The Wyoming Democratic caucus and the Washington, D.C. Democratic primary won't happen until April 9 and June 14, respectively, although there was a Democratic caucus this weekend in the Northern Mariana Islands (they're way out there in the Pacific Ocean near Guam). Hillary Clinton won that one, edging out Bernie Sanders with 54 percent of the vote. Going into this huge Tuesday, Clinton has 1,220 delegates to Sanders' 564. One of them will need 2,383 delegates to secure the nomination.