The balloons have dropped, the party delegates have spoken, and now it's time for the two major parties to get out the vote.
Based on this year's primary results, the parties are fairly evenly matched. Yet a closer look at the results shows that both parties have their work cut out for them. As President Barack Obama has said repeatedly out on the stump: "Don't boo — vote."
More than 57.6 million people, or some 28.5 percent of estimated eligible voters, voted in this year's Republican and Democratic presidential primaries, according to the Pew Research Center. That was just shy of the record 30.4 percent participation level set in 2008.