Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are looking for sweeps in today’s primaries in the Northeast. There are 172 delegates for Republicans and 462 delegates for Democrats at stake in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. A decisive win for Clinton might have Bernie Sanders changing his tone toward the Democratic front-runner, as a Sanders senior adviser indicated over the weekend. On the Republican side, a Trump sweep would bolster his argument that he’s the only candidate that can reach the 12-hundred-37 delegates needed to clinch the nomination. These are also the first primaries since Ted Cruz and John Kasich announced plans to refocus their campaigns in hopes of stopping Trump from earning the nomination on the first ballot at the GOP convention in Cleveland.