Monday, June 02, 2008


Things may have been looking up for Sen. Hillary Clinton with a convincing win in Sunday's primary in Puerto Rico, but this morning the best news is reserved for Sen. Barack Obama's campaign.

Heading in to Tuesday's primaries in South Dakota and Montana, Obama only needs 46 more delegates to clinch his party's nomination.

Thirty-one delegates are up for grabs in tomorrow's contests, which are the final primaries of the season, and just over 200 superdelegates are undeclared. The presumptive Democratic nominee must have 2,118 delegates at the convention.

According to CNN, Obama has 2,070 delegates and Clinton 1,915.

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