Bernie Sanders will be looking for a strong victory in Indiana today, to collect delegates in order to close his pledged delegate deficit, and remain competitive in the lead up to the Democratic Convention in July.
The most recent poll conducted in Indiana showed Clinton with a small lead of just four points, a statistical tie, meaning today’s primary could go either way.
Polls in the Hoosier State opened at 6am this morning, and will close at 6pm this evening.
There are 83 delegates up for grabs in Indiana’s Democratic primary, and the state has an additional 9 unpledged delegates.
You can follow the live results of today’s Democratic primary in the state of Indiana below. Results will begin to come in once polls have closed.