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The Associated Press projects that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will win their respective primaries in delegate-rich Arizona Tuesday night.

On the Republican side, Trump's win gives him all of the state’s 58 delegates.

On the Democratic side, 75 delegates are at stake and will be awarded proportionally.

A frenzy of activity and turnout snarled polling places in the three Western states holding presidential primary contests Tuesday, leading to waits of over two hours at some locations in Arizona – and delaying results from the night’s contests.

Watch analysis from "Campaign Cowboys" Karl Rove and Joe Trippi about the implications for the big wins.

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