The Democrat and Republican presidential primaries are starting to slow down in the month of April and May as front-runners businessman Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fight to get the needed delegates before the summer conventions.

The next major Republican primary is April 5 in Wisconsin.

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Ohio Gov. John Kasich have already started airing television ads.

This should be an interesting showdown between Clinton and Bernie Sanders.

Clinton needs 2,383 delegates on the Democrat side to take the nomination.

On the Republican side, the winner needs 1,237 delegates to win outright.

Otherwise t could be multiple voting rounds by the delegates to determine a winner.