State_________ Clinton (Del)______Obama (Del)The Times has her leading 115-88 delegates, which is far fewer than the full allotment (that'll take some time). Obama may make back some of the distance when they get in the caucus results. The net effect is something on the order of fewer than a 20-delegate gain by Hillary, possibly as low as ten, according to the various media folk who believe they know.
Ohio_____________54% (73)_________ 44% (62)
Texas Primary____51% (16)_________ 48% (10)
Texas Caucus_____48% (XX)_________ 52% (XX) - 36% reporting
Vermont__________39% (6)__________ 59% (9)
Rhode Island_____58% (13)_________ 40% (8)
The math is pretty clear--Hillary's chance of securing the nomination went down after last night. In order to stay on pace, she needed to net 52 delegates. And recall that this is her firewall. Still, it's going to be a nice news cycle or two for her. Obama's probably going to let her have her day in the sun; he's classy that way.