Obama Says Clinton's Wins Don't Change His Lead In Delegate Count

By: AP
By: AP

San Antonio (AP) _ Barack Obama says even if rival Hillary
Rodham Clinton has had a good night, he's on his way to winning the
democratic presidential nomination.

Clinton broke Obama's winning streak Tuesday. But he says he
still leads in the count of delegates who will decide the
nomination.

Speaking to supporters in front of the San Antonio Municipal
Auditorium, Obama said, ``We can stand up with confidence and
clarity.

He said, ``We are on our way to winning this nomination.''

Going into Tuesday's voting, Obama had won 11 straight
victories.

He won Vermont Tuesday before losing Rhode Island to Clinton.
She also declared victory in Ohio, and they were still awaiting
results from Texas.


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