Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won Arizona last night. But there was more to the story than that, and Howard takes a look.
More than 100 Democrat delegates and almost 100 Republican delegates were awarded last night.
In Arizona, with 97% of the votes counted, Hillary Clinton won 58% of the vote, Bernie Sanders 405, She gets 46 delegates, he gets 21.
In Utah, it was a different story - Sanders beat Clinton, 80% to 20%, taking all 24 delegates.
In Idaho, where there was a Democratic caucus only, Sanders won 78%, or 17 delegates. Clinton got 21% or 6 delegates.
The net take for the evening was 62 delegates for Sanders and 52 for Clinton.
On the Republican side it was winner-take-all in Arizona, and Trump took all 58 delegates with 47% of the vote. Cruz got 25%, Kasich 10%.
Utah was Cruz country, 69%, with Kasich second with 17% and Trump third at 14%.
Cruz's only close ally in the Senate, who stood with him when he shut down the Senate with a filibuster, was Utah Senator Mike Lee.
The net take for the evening was 58 delegates for Trump and 40 for Cruz.