The presidential primary process is over. Voters in the District of Columbia will be the last to sound off, as Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton face off one last time in the battle for their party’s nomination.

With less than 1 percent of precincts reporting, Clinton leads Sanders, 80.2 percent to 19.1 percent, according to Associated Press. Please refresh for current totals.

The overall winner receives all seven of the remaining pledged delegates. There are even more superdelegates, however, 26 in total, of which all but four have already aligned with Clinton.

The primary’s rules favor Clinton, as only Democratic Party members are allowed to vote. In many of Sanders’ victorious showings, it was non-partisans voting in semi-open primaries that tipped the balance for the self-described Democratic socialist.

Up to this point, Clinton has won 33 primary contests and Sanders has been victorious in 23, in which Clinton has garnered a total of 2,203 pledged delegates to Sanders’ 1,828. In addition to those tallies, 581 superdelegates have committed to Clinton, while 49 have voiced support for Sanders.

The Democratic National Convention will take place from July 25 to 28 in Philadelphia.

Voter turnout may prove to be low, as last week’s voting in six states was preempted by reports announcing Clinton as her party’s presumptive presidential nominee.