In not much of a surprise, the Associated Press is projecting that Donald Trump will easily take the winner-take-all state of Arizona, with nearly half of the votes counted and Trump hovering around 45 percent, compared to Ted Cruz at 20 percent. Hillary Clinton is currently crushing Bernie Sanders with 60 percent of the Democratic vote.

Some are theorizing that early voting in Arizona cost Cruz in a big way, with many citizens casting their ballot for Marco Rubio, who suspended his campaign after losing his home state of Florida to Trump.

Even more futile: there are still people waiting in line to vote in Arizona, as long lines have forced some polling places to remain open late to meet the demand.