Voters didn't flock to the polls in Mississippi today. The Mississippi Secretary of State's Office says turnout was "light to moderate."
Some facts about Mississippi voters and today's primary:
- Mississippi hasn't voted for a Democratic president in 32 years.
- Republicans and Independents can vote in the Democratic primary.
- Mississippi has the largest African-American population (36%) of any state. 70% of registered Democrats are African American.
Those numbers appear to benefit Obama, who's overwhelmingly won the African-American vote so far this primary season.
- There are 40 delegates up for grabs, including 7 superdelegates.
CNN election results will be here.
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