Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic presidential primaries in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylania, while Bernie Sanders has taken Rhode Island, the Associated Press reports. Connecticut, where the vote was very close, was the last state to be called, about 10:30 p.m. Eastern.
Democratic delegates are awarded proportionally in all five states. Current counts, via AP:
* Connecticut: 55 delegates total; 26 to Clinton and 24 to Sanders. With 87 percent of precincts reporting, she has 50 percent of the vote, Sanders 48 percent.
* Delaware: 21 delegates total; 12 to Clinton and nine to Sanders. With 99 percent of precincts reporting, she has 60 percent of the vote, Sanders 29 percent.
* Maryland; 95 total; 50 to Clinton and 20 to Sanders. With 71 percent of precincts reporting, she has 64 percent of the vote, Sanders 33 percent.
* Pennsylvania: 189 total; 91 to Clinton and 48 to Sanders. With 78 percent reporting, she has 56 percent of the vote, Sanders 43 percent.
* Rhode Island: 24 total; 13 to Sanders and 11 to Clinton. With 99 percent reporting, he has 55 percent of the vote, Clinton 43 percent.
The AP shows the former secretary of State has moved up to 2,137 total delegates. This includes 1,618 pledged delegates from state primaries and caucuses and 519 superdelegates -- elected officials and other party leaders who can support any candidate, regardless of the results in their state. Vermont Sen. Sanders has 1,306 total delegates -- 1,267 pledged and 59 superdelegates. A candidate needs 2,383 total delegates to win the nomination on the first ballot.
Watch Clinton's victory speech from Philadelphia below; she gives a shout-out to LGBT rights and responds to Donald Trump's criticism that she's "playing the woman card." Sanders spoke at a rally in West Virginia, which holds its primary May 10, and made it clear he intends to stay in the race.