Right now (just at 10 pm), Obama is scorching with Delaware, Illinois, Georgia, Alabama, Minnesota, North Dakota, Idaho, and Kansas.
Clinton has Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.
With Missouri (haven't counted St. Louis) and Connecticut (Obama with slim lead with 64% reporting) up for grabs, though they probably will split them.
California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Alaska, and Utah on the way.
Delegate math is tricky. Momentum coming out of Super Tuesday is key.
California will figure prominently in both of these equations. We'll see what happens.
Networks are suggesting Obama is doing better than expected on delegate count, but will his momentum coming into today be sustained?
Clinton is winning big states, but her record in the South and other so-called red states is marginal at best.
Are we looking at the dream ticket?
Both are promising an end to the war, universal health care, workers' rights, real economic stimulus, green energy, and more.
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