Who will win the US Presidential election 2008

Who will win the US Presidential election 2008




2008 Democratic presidential primaries delegate count
As of March 13, 2008
Candidate Actual
pledged delegates1
(2,255.5 of 3,253 total)
Predicted
pledged delegates2
(2,673 of 3,253 total)
Estimated
superdelegates2
(444 of 796 total)
Estimated total delegates2
(3,117 of 4,047 total;
2,024 needed to win)
Hillary Rodham Clinton 1,096.5 1,243 237 1,480
Mike Gravel - - - -
Barack Obama 1,147 1,404 207 1,611
Joe Biden - - - -
Chris Dodd - - - -
John Edwards - 26 - 26
Dennis Kucinich - - - -
Bill Richardson - - - -
Color key:
1st place 2nd place 3rd place Candidate has
withdrawn
Sources:
1 "Primary Season Election Results", The New York Times, (regularly updated).
2 "Election Center 2008 Primaries and Caucuses: Results: Democratic Scorecard", CNN, (regularly updated).

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2 comments:

aAkaR said...

may be hillary clinton will win the election.And it's too confusion to select them bcoz one is frm female and one is frm black community.

ametya said...

whoever win but democrat must...they only can change something.

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