Thursday, February 21, 2008

Ultimate Delegate Tracker

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Important Notes:
5/31/2008 - The RBC has just ruled that Florida's pledged delegates and superdelegates will be seated at 1/2 vote each.
The RBC has ruled the Michigan's pledged delegates be split 34.5-29.5 (69-59 at 1/2 delegate each), and superdelegates will be seated at 1/2 vote each.

For the latest information on Edwards’ delegates see What happens to Edwards' delegates?

NBC has acknowledged that 21 Edwards’ delegates have moved to Obama and they are included in their total, but there is no update to their individual states numbers. They added a bar in their chart similar to any state bar and they labeled it Edwards' delegates.We will add those 21 PD to NBC Total Pledged Delegates. This will make our NBC totals accurate and match NBC overall totals.
CBS overall totals don’t match their individual states’ numbers. They also are taking some state numbers out and correct that after a day or two. (AS, ID, and MI)


Sources aren't updating their totals as they add delegates. We have switched to adding the delegates ourselves so you have the latest numbers.
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In this table we compare five different news sources' delegate and superdelegate numbers for the 2008 Democratic Convention.
As new primaries take place we will update the table.

A list of delegates certified to the Democratic Convention can be found here.

Last Updated: 06/04/2008 6:00 PM (EST)

GP = Green Papers
NYA* = Not Yet Allocated.




DCW Ultimate Delegate Tracker
State
GPNBCAPCNNCBS


HCBONYA*HCBOHCBOHCBOHCBO
AK(13)
310--310310310310
AL(52)
2527--2527252725272527
AR(35)
278--278278278278
AS(3)
21--21212121
AZ(56)
3125--3125312531253125
CA(370)
204166--204166204166203167204166
CO(55)
1936--1936193619361936
CT(48)
2226--2226222622262226
DA(7)
2.54.5--34243413
DC(15)
213--312312411312
DE(15)
69--69696969
FL(92.5)
52.538.5--5334523952395335
GA(87)
2760--2760276026612760
GU(4)
22--22222222
HI(20)
614--614614614614
IA(45)
1428--1425142814271527
ID(18)
315--315315315315
IL(153)
49104--49104491044910449104
IN(72)
3834--3834383438343834
KS(32)
923--923923923923
KY(51)
3714--3714371437143614
LA(56)
2333--2234233322342333
MA(93)
5538--5538553855385538
MD(70)
2743--2842284228422842
ME(24)
915--915915915915
MI(64)
34.529.5--3429353035293429
MN(72)
2448--2448244824482448
MO(72)
3636--3636363636363636
MS(33)
1320--1320132013201320
MT(16)
79--79497979
NC(115)
4867--4867486748674867
ND(13)
58--58585858
NE(24)
816--816816816816
NH(22)
913--99913912912
NJ(107)
5948--5948594859485948
NM(26)
1412--1412141214121412
NV(25)
1114--1114111411141114
NY(232)
13993--13993139931399313993
OH(141)
7467--7467746775667467
OK(38)
2414--2414241424142414
OR(52)
2131--2131213121312131
PA(158)
8573--8573857385738473
PR(55)
3817--3817381738173817
RI(21)
138--138138138138
SC(45)
1233--1225123312331232
SD(15)
87--96969686
TN(68)
4028--4028402840284028
TX(193)
9598--9499949994999496
UT(23)
914--914914914914
VA(83)
2954--2954295429542954
VI(3)
03--03030303
VT(15)
69--69696969
WA(78)
2652--2652265225532652
WI(74)
3242--3242324232423242
WV(28)
208--208208208208
WY(12)
57--57575757
Total Pledged
Delegates

1639.51765.5--16411765163817641640176316381752
Pledged
Delegates Lead

--126.0----124--126--123--114
Superdelegates
282.5421.5--292395282389286395287401
Total Delegates
1922.02187.0--19332160192021531926215819252153
Total Delegates Lead
--265.0----227--223--232--228


HCBONYA*HCBOHCBOHCBOHCBO
State
GPNBCAPCNNCBS



Special thanks to Yousri (Formerly NiceGuy1951) for compiling all of the data!

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204 comments:

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Karl said...

Nothing... and I mean NOTHING...
would unite the Republicans like having Hillary on the ticket!

Her baggage far outweights any of her perceived advantages.

Martin said...

I'm getting rather confused by the endorsement figures now.

I mean, according to Barack's people, Hillary 'endorsed' Barack yesterday:

http://my.barackobama.com/page/community/post/stateupdates/gG5VTS

...So is she now one of the 478 superdelegates who have endorsed him???

And if so, where does that leave those still endorsing her???

Matt said...

That's why we stopped tracking endorsements as of Friday. Changes are meaningless once Clinton dropped out. We've frozen our list and numbers as of Friday evening.

Martin said...

OK, thanks Matt. Great site, by the way!

I'm still rather confused about Hillary 'suspending' her campaign - and so keeping 'her' delegates - while at the same time herself 'endorsing' Barack.

But then I guess logic was never her strongest point.

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