Hillary Clinton moved a small step toward securing the Democratic nomination Saturday night by winning the Virgin Islands caucus, NBC News projects.
Only seven delegates are up for grabs, which have yet to be distributed between Clinton and rival Bernie Sanders.
Clinton is less than 70 delegates away from the 2,383 majority needed to be declared the presumptive Democratic nominee.
Sixty delegates are up for grabs when Puerto Rico Democrats hold their primary on Sunday. In both island territories, delegates will be awarded proportionally based on the results.
Six last states — including delegate-rich New Jersey and California — hold their primary contests Tuesday.