Latest AP Super Tuesday Delegate Count: Obama Leads by 2
The AP has released a new delegate count. Obama has 796 and Hillary has 794.
With nearly 1,600 delegates from Tuesday contests awarded, Sen. Barack Obama led by two delegates Friday night, with 91 delegates still to be awarded. Obama won 796 delegates in Tuesday's contests, to 794 for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, according to an analysis of voting results by The Associated Press.
As for totals to date, the AP includes Superdelegates:
In the overall race for the nomination, Clinton has 1,055 delegates, including separately chosen party and elected officials known as superdelegates. Obama has 998.
And, finally, an explanation of why it's so hard to count delegates in plain English: [More...]
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