By now you probably know the results from Puerto Rico. Sen. Clinton scored an impressive victory, with a 68-32 thumping of Obama.
Yet, the train keeps a’ rolling.
Obama picked up the Virginia superdelegate Democratic National Committee Member Jerome Wiley Segovia as well as Connecticut Democratic Party Chair Nancy DiNardo (the final undecided super-delegate in CT).
Here is the current delegate math:
Total Pledged Delegates: 3,406.5 (was 3,253)
Pledged Delegates needed for majority: 1,705 (was 1,627)
Total delegates needed for nomination: 2,118 (was 2,026)
Obama Pledged Delegates: 1,728.5 (23.5 more than needed for the majority)
Obama Superdelegates: 332.5
Obama Total Delegates: 2,072
Number of delegates Obama needs to secure the nomination: 46
Update: I knew there was a reason I stopped taking math as soon as possible. With these two new additions, the magic number for Obama is actually 44. Doh.