We'll have results from the Louisiana primary as well as the Kansas and Nebraska caucuses starting at 9pm ET. It's hard to know when the final results from the caucuses will arrive, but the call in Louisiana should be immediate.
In the meantime, check out some new poll numbers from Michigan...which Bernie is desperately trying to win on Tuesday:
By the way, the previous result from ARG in Michigan had Hillary up by 13 points only a couple of weeks ago. Looks like the undecideds are finally deciding...and correctly!MICHIGAN— PollingReport.com (@pollreport) March 5, 2016
Democratic presidential preference:
(American Research Group, 3/4-5)
UPDATE: Louisiana results are "too early to call", but there's a good reason.
Just waiting on the margins for Kansas...an expected Sanders win.Oh ok...it's just because there are no exit polls...whew! https://t.co/7x1ihMHnqQ— Hillary HQ (@Hillary_HQ) March 6, 2016
And whoa...this is not a good result for Bernie in Nebraska. He needed two massive blowouts to make up for Louisiana:The Kansas Democratic Party announces that Sen. Bernie Sanders has won the state’s Democratic Caucuses.— Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) March 6, 2016
Looking really good!With 75 percent of votes counted in Nebraska: Sanders 55 percent, Clinton 45. Closer than expected.— AlGiordano (@AlGiordano) March 6, 2016
Stay tuned!Trump and Clinton open with big leads in the early vote in Louisiana pic.twitter.com/Gl0xj6RxKV— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) March 6, 2016