So who's actually in the lead where it matters (the delegate count)
January 7, 2008 04:15 PM
The Green Papers is keeping track, and trying to make sense of the ridiculously complicated rules. After Iowa and Wyoming, we've got:
You need 1,259 to get the nomination, so nobody is even close. For the Dems, Obama's got 16, Hillary's got 15 and Edwards has 14. That's just after Iowa. The Dems didn't do Wyoming yet. Bet you didn't know Hillary got more delegates from Iowa than Edwards, even though she finished with fewer votes. Further proof that the system makes no sense.