Obama and Clinton Celebrate Super Tuesday Primary Victories

Senator Barack Obama’s Super Tuesday Speech

Surprise Update :

In a surprise shift after the topsy-turvy voting on Super Tuesday, Senator Barack Obama passed Hillary Clinton in the more recent network tallies of the number of delegates that the candidates picked up last night. The Obama camp now projects topping Clinton by 13 delegates, 847 to 834. Clinton had been portrayed in many news accounts as the night’s big winner, but Obama’s campaign says he wound up with a higher total where it really counts, the delegates who will choose the party’s nominee at this summer’s Democratic convention.

NBC News, which is projecting delegates based on the Democratic Party’s complex formula, figures that Obama will wind up with 840 to 849 delegates, versus 829 to 838 for Clinton. With the delegate count still under way, NBC News said Obama appears to have won around 840 delegates in yesterday’s contests, while Clinton earned about 830, “give or take a few,” Tim Russert, the network’s Washington bureau chief, said on the “Today” show.

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  2. Ousios Says:

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