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The 158 delegates are divided as follows: 55 delegates will be determined by the state-wide vote, broken up into two separate groups of 35 and 20 delegates. The other 103 are determined by vote totals in each congressional district, from a low of 3 delegates in PA-9 to a high of 9 delegates in PA-2.
Update: 9:30 PM Wednesday. Clinton wins. Lead at 9.3%. Spread at 215,000 votes. (Vote tallies from CNN).
State-wide: Clinton 30, Obama 25
We project CD delegates at 53-48 Clinton. 2 left to be assigned in CD 7 and CD11 - current votes would split them 1 for each candidate.
Sidebars have been updated with latest Green Papers delegate counts, which have 84-74 compared to our 83-73.
Note: This table will no longer be updated. For the latest overall delegate tallies, see our Ultimate Delegate Summary and Ultimate Delegate Tracker.
Thanks to Amot, Yousri, and all the great comments for everyone's help. See you in two weeks for NC and IN.
|% Vote In||% Clinton||%Obama||Delegates Clinton||Delegates Obama|
|Previously Pledged Delegates (GP)||1253||1416|
|Total Pledged Delegates||1336||1489|
|Delegates Still Needed to Win Nomination||432||302|
Clinton - 1,260,000
Obama - 1,045,000
Lead - 215,000
|Delegate Projections By Media Source|
Update: We almost forgot about the Special Election in Mississippi that also takes place today. Normally the Republicans would win the 1st District easily but this year may be different. Democratic candidate Travis Childers appears to be in a dead heat with Republican Greg Davis. You can head over to CottonMouthBlog for more info. We'll be posting the numbers tonight as they come in. A Childers win would put us back at 795 superdelegates.
Update: Childers up 49%-47%, with 99% in. AP has called it as going to a runoff on May 13.
Next up is Guam on May 3rd followed by North Carolina and Indiana on May 6th.