The race for the White House will take center stage again tonight on Fox News Channel as five Eastern states make their choices.

Can Donald Trump continue his momentum and how much closer will he get to 1,237? 

Will Hillary Clinton remain the heavy favorite to lock up the nomination on the Dem side? 

Fox News is the place to be all day and through the night - starting at 6:00 ET on America's Election HQ - for the most insightful coverage and analysis as results come in from Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland. 

Join Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly for four hours of live coverage of Super Tuesday: Battle for the East, followed by a two-hour Hannity at 10:00 ET - with guests Newt Gingrich, Laura Ingraham, D.C. McAllisterGov. Mike Huckabee and more - plus more reaction at midnight on a special edition of The Five.

Heather Childers and Eric Shawn will have you covered through the morning hours, starting at 1:00am ET from America's Election HQ.

On America's Newsroom this morning, we got a full primer of the night ahead.

The biggest chunk of GOP delegates (71) are up for grabs in Pennsylvania, but the system is pretty complex. 

Rick Leventhal explained in the report below...

And what will Donald Trump's delegate count look like as the race moves forward? 

Bill Hemmer did some math and projections...