Washington: 68%-31% Obama!
35 delegates to Obama, 14 to Clinton
Louisiana: 57% - 36% Obama!
23 delegates to Obama, 15 to Clinton
Nebraska: 68%-32% Obama!
16 delegates to Obama, 8 to Clinton
U.S. Virgin Islands: 89.9% to 7.6% Obama!
3 effective delegates to Obama (6 delgates with a 1/2 vote each), 0 to Clinton.
So, that's a pickup of 40 delegates, plus any he gains from superdelegates and the like... enough to pretty much cancel out Clinton's win in New York. Not a bad day, at all... He's starting to speak like a presumptive candidate, albeit in a non-egotistical way... and that's a good thing, because it helps to take the wind out of Hillary Clinton's support.
|February 10, 2008||Maine||caucus||16||5||3||24||10||34|
|February 12, 2008||District of Columbia||primary||10||3||2||15||23||38|
The list above leaves out Democrats abroad, which I believe will have their results available on or shortly after Feb. 12th. They're worth 9 delegate votes at the convention, which is noteworthy.
***Update*** Nevermind what I said about 9 delegates up for grabs in the actual "cast ballot / assigned" voting part of Democrats abroad. It appears to be 6, even though the group as a whole casts 11 delegates. It's all very confusing.