The 2016 primary election season ends Tuesday night.
Voting in six states will lower the curtain on one of the most unpredictable primary seasons in modern history. Hillary Clinton has already clinched the Democratic nomination, according to an Associated Press count of delegates. But Bernie Sanders will be looking for a win in California, the biggest state voting Tuesday, to bolster his argument that he is a stronger general election candidate against Donald Trump and should push forward to the Democratic convention because of it. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, may be looking to turn the page after after a rough stretch that has seen a growing number of GOP leaders condemn his racially-charged criticism of a judge.
All three candidates are set to address supporters Tuesday night. Clinton is expected to do so at about 7 p.m., Trump is expected to do so at about 9 p.m., and Sanders is expected to do so later, after the race in California is called.
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