The delegate count

The Associated Press says Sen. Barack Obama won 38 of the 67 available delegates at Saturday’s Senate conventions. Phillip Martin says it’s a 37-30 split, though some outstanding challenges and still-uncertified results may make the final result 38-29. We won’t have a completely finalized total until the state convention in June, but this is the range of possibility. And either way, it means Obama comes away from Texas with the majority of the delegates, either 99-94 or 98-95, not counting superdelegates. Now let the discussion about how we should be doing this begin!

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