Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton won Tuesday's New York primary, moving her closer to locking up the Democratic nomination.

“The race for the nomination is in the home stretch, and victory is in sight,” Clinton said during her victory speech.

With 98% of districts reporting, Clinton won 57.9% of the vote, while Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders received 42.1%.

The win widened Clinton's lead, but Sanders vowed to remain in the race.

“We've got a shot to victory,” Sanders is quoted as telling the AP.

On the Republican side, real estate mogul Donald Trump shut out his closest competitor, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who, with 98% of precincts reporting, won no delegates.

Trump won 60.5% of the vote. Ohio Governor John Kasich and Cruz walked away with 25% and 14.5% of the vote, respectively.

According to the AP, it is no longer mathematically possible for Cruz to win the nomination before Republicans gather in Cleveland in July.