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Texas will hold it's primary/caucus today along with primaries in Ohio, Vermont and Rhode Island.
CNN has a delegate counter that lets you figure out how each candidate can get enough delegates to win the nomination.
Note: Texas-Primary results according to the Office of the Secretary of State of Texas are:
Clinton = 65 Pledged Delegates and Obama 61 Pledged Delegates.
Will subtract those numbers from news sources' numbers for Texas to get Texas-Caucus Pledged Delegates.
|% Vote In||% Clinton||%Obama||Delegates Clinton||Delegates Obama|
|Previously Pledged Delegates (AP)||1035||1187|
|Total Pledged Delegates||1220||1360|
|Delegates Still Needed to Win Nomination||564||466|
Source for Vote Percentage is CNN. Source for Delegates is CBS and AP. Source for Superdelegates is DCW
Update 7:00 PM Wednesday Eastern Time.
Best sources have been CNN , CBS and AP.
This page will not be updated further. For the latest updated delegate counts for all the states, check the Ultimate Delegate Tracker for complete state-by-state results.
Obama wins Vermont, Clinton wins Rhode Island, Ohio, and the Texas primary.
Policy for this post is to use the highest delegate numbers available from any source. Eventually they will all come together. In our Ultimate Delegate Tracker, we use AP numbers on an ongoing basis.
Next up is Wyoming on March 8th.