Washington (AP) Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is claiming the most delegates from yesterday's Pennsylvania primary.
An analysis by the Associated Press shows she's won at least 82 of the 158 delegates. Barack Obama's won at least 73. Three are still pending.
The delay is blamed on Pennsylvania counties being split into multiple congressional districts. Delegates are awarded by th statewide vote as well as individual congressional districts.
Also today, Clinton and Obama each picked up one superdelegate endorsement.
Obama leads overall with 1,719.5 delegates. Clinton has 1,591.5. It takes 2,025 to win the democratic nomination.
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