Election 2008: Where We Stand
- 2008/02/19 21:58:44
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Barack Obama is barely ahead with 1,263 (161 Superdelegates) delegates to Hillary Clinton's 1,212 (234 Superdelegates). With many states still waiting to have their primaries, Superdelegates may not have as much power as they were thought to.
Republicans: 1,191 Delegates Needed To Win
John McCain is dominating his only remaining opponent Mike Huckabee: 881 delegates to 217. Once again, it looks as though the Republicans are united under their chosen candidate, while the Democrats are split.
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