Vermont (15 delegates)
Rhode Island (21 delegates)
Primary (126 delegates, Link)
Caucuses (67 delegates; tentative results based on a straight percentage from 34% reporting)
Total (Nowhere near final)
Ohio (141 delegates, punching in results with 97% reporting here)
So total for the night, thus far, is Clinton 185 and Obama 184. Not all votes are in, so things will change a bit. But at this point, we have a ridiculously tiny one-delegate lead for Clinton for the night, which could either produce her first delegate victory of the election, or be erased by the rest of the still-not-reported Texas caucuses.
Now according to both the Clinton and Obama campaigns, Obama entered the race with a 159 pledged delegate lead. So with some luck, Clinton ends the night about ... 158 157 delegates behind.
More problematic for Clinton, is that today's 370 delegates were about 38 percent of the just-shy of 1,000 remaining delegates before Tuesday's contests. That means we just had over 1/3rd of the remaining delegates allocated, with only marginal-to-none gains in the count for Clinton.
So Clinton is running out of states, and even her "big" victory Tuesday is proving little more than a Pyrrhic victory.
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