Not counting superdelegates, just pledged.
List to use. The Dem side is all “proportional” I think.
Currently we’ve apparently got Clinton and Sanders each with 51.
I’ll bet on big wins for Hillary in most southern states and near ties in CO and MA. I give OK to Sanders, and of course Vermont big.
I’ll call SC for Clinton 31 to 22. Which brings the running total to 82 C to 73 S going into March 1.
Alabama similar 30 to 23
American Samoa? 3 to 3
Arkansas 19 to 13
Colorado 33 to 33
Georgia 58 to 44
Mass 45 to 46
Minn 38 to 29
Oklahoma 17 to 21
Tenn 37 to 30
Texas 120 to 102
Vermont 1 to 15
Virgina 50 to 45
Total Super Tuesday 451 to C and 404 to S with running total 533 C 477 S.
If I was Team Sanders I’d be focusing my resources on the Austin and Houston markets (where Democratic voters are concentrated) with lots of appearances and ad buys there as job 1 and MA secondarily. If he does not significantly outperform in both of those there is really no way to make any path. Even eking out a win by a delegate or so in CO won’t make any significant impact.
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