Illinois has certified the results of its March 15 presidential primaries, and candidates in both parties picked up a few delegates.
The contours of both races, however, are unchanged. Hillary Clinton still has a big lead in the Democratic race and Donald Trump is still leading among Republicans.
Democrat Bernie Sanders picked up four delegates and Clinton added three.
Clinton has 1,292 delegates and Sanders has 1,042, based on primaries and caucuses.
Including superdelegates, Clinton's lead is even bigger -- 1,761 to 1,073.
It takes 2,383 delegates to win the Democratic nomination.
On the Republican side, Trump added a delegate and so did John Kasich.
Trump leads the GOP race with 744 delegates. Ted Cruz has 545 and Kasich has 144.
It takes 1,237 delegates to win the GOP nomination.
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