The race for the White House moves to Indiana tonight, starting at 6:00 pm ET, on Fox News Channel. 

Join Megyn Kelly, Bret Baier, Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum for the complete breakdown of the Hoosier State results on America's Election HQ: Battle for Indiana.

The GOP primary has been billed as a make-or-break for the Ted Cruz campaign ... can he stop Donald Trump's winning streak?

On the Dem side, the battle for Indiana is seen as a toss-up between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, who has vowed to stay in the race until the convention.

Fox News is the place to be all day and through the night for the most powerful coverage and smart analysis of the Indiana vote. The polls will close at 7:00 pm ET. 

Following two hours of live coverage with Bret and Megyn, The O'Reilly Factor will be live at 8:00 pm ET examining the returns, with Charles Krauthammer and Rep. Peter King.

Then, don't miss The Kelly File at 9:00 pm ET as Megyn gets expert reaction on the state of the races moving forward, from Tom Bevan and Chris Stirewalt.

Sean is up next with a special two-hour edition of Hannity at 10:00 pm ET, talking to Ben Carson and Mike Huckabee, with The Five breaking it all down at midnight.

Patti Ann Browne and Gregg Jarrett will keep you up to date through the night on America's Election HQ, beginning at 1:00 am ET.

On America's Newsroom this morning, Bill Hemmer sized up the delegate picture on the Republican side. 

There are 57 delegates at stake tonight, with the average of the most recent polls showing Trump ahead of Cruz by 10 points.

Hemmer laid out a scenario which estimates that Trump will reach 1,240 delegates without even factoring in Indiana. 

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