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Key points| Democratic race

Key points: Democratic race

These numbers will change with today's Wyoming caucus, in which 12 delegates are at stake. Unless indicated, Florida and Michigan are not included in the calculations:
Category Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton Sen. Barack Obama
Popular vote 12,413,052 13,002,527
Popular vote (with Fla.) 13,284,038 13,578,741
States won 14 25
Delegates won* 1,462 1,571
Delegates needed for nomination:

2,025
Delegates needed if Florida and Michigan count: 2,209
The votes
If Florida and Michigan delegates were awarded using the January primary votes, here's how they'd fall:
State
Florida Clinton: 105 Obama: 67
Michigan** Clinton: 73 Uncommitted: 55
*Associated Press count (includes declared superdelegates); **Obama was not on the ballot in Michigan.

Note: Popular vote counts do not include Iowa, Nevada, Maine and Washington caucuses, which did not release popular vote totals; Texas caucus also not included.

Sources: State elections Web sites, national Democratic Party, Florida and Michigan Democratic parties, RealClearPolitics.com, CNN.com, New York Times.

These numbers will change with today's Wyoming caucus, in which 12 delegates are at stake. Unless indicated, Florida and Michigan are not included in the calculations:
Category Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton Sen. Barack Obama
Popular vote 12,413,052 13,002,527
Popular vote (with Fla.) 13,284,038 13,578,741
States won 14 25
Delegates won* 1,462 1,571
Delegates needed for nomination:

2,025
Delegates needed if Florida and Michigan count: 2,209
The votes
If Florida and Michigan delegates were awarded using the January primary votes, here's how they'd fall:
State
Florida Clinton: 105 Obama: 67
Michigan** Clinton: 73 Uncommitted: 55
*Associated Press count (includes declared superdelegates); **Obama was not on the ballot in Michigan.

Note: Popular vote counts do not include Iowa, Nevada, Maine and Washington caucuses, which did not release popular vote totals; Texas caucus also not included.

Sources: State elections Web sites, national Democratic Party, Florida and Michigan Democratic parties, RealClearPolitics.com, CNN.com, New York Times.

Key points: Democratic race 03/07/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 28, 2010 9:31am]
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