The Texas Secretary of State is set to certify the official election results for the Democratic primary. As predicted, Barack Obama has beaten Hillary Clinton. While Clinton won the state’s popular vote, Obama racked up more caucus support, so that, now that the final tally is in, the Lone Star state’s delegate total reads:
Obama: 61 delegates from the popular vote + 38 delegates from caucuses = 99 delegates.
Clinton: 65 delegates from the popular vote + 30 delegates from Caucuses = 95 delegates.
So news people can now stop saying “two big wins in Ohio and Texas.” Big win in Ohio, sure, but not Texas.
A further analysis of the delegate race over at DailyKos reveals that Clinton’s supposedly big week has actually resulted in a net loss of 15 delegates to the front-runner. That’s right, Obama continued to widen his delegate lead, and will certainly add to that margin (as well as to his lead in the popular vote) after today’s contest in Mississippi. – news.aol
He does have very good teeth. Perhaps that’s how we could pick our next president, the person with the best teeth.