Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won the two Democratic presidential contests held over the weekend in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Clinton garnered 84.2 percent of the vote in Saturday's Democratic caucus in the U.S. Virgin Islands, compared to U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-VT) 12.2 percent.
On Sunday, Puerto Rico held its Democratic presidential primary. As of Monday morning, Clinton had 61 percent of the vote to Sanders' 38.6 percent, with 69 percent of precincts reporting.
After Sunday, Clinton is even closer to clinching the Democratic presidential nomination. According to the Associated Press' delegate tracker, Clinton currently has 2,357 total delegates, including superdelegates, while Sanders comes in at 1,566.
A candidate must get at least 2,383 delegates to secure the Democratic nomination.