We're just six days away from a series of primaries in winner take all states, including Florida and Ohio. Although Trump is currently leading in the delegate count, it's only by a slim margin. One of the GOP candidates must secure 1,237 delegates in order to lock-in the nomination. Based on the number of states left there is potential no one, not even Trump, will reach the proper threshold, sending Republicans to a contested convention in Cleveland.
So, what does that look like? Fox News James Rosen explains:
There hasn't been a contested convention on either political side since 1980. For more on how the math plays out this cycle, be sure to read Guy's post about current delegate counts and scenarios moving forward.