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TOTAL DELEGATES
Pledged*:
Superdelegates*:
Total:
Delegates Needed to Win: 2,778
 
President Barack Obama,
who is running uncontested in most states for the 2012 Democratic presidential nomination, has captured enough delegates to become the party's presumptive nominee, according to a CNN estimate.
States may appear before their contest dates if superdelegates are awarded.
Race
Candidate
Total Delegates*
Race
Candidate
Total Delegates*
Alabama
 
 
Alaska
 
 
American Samoa
 
 
Arizona
 
 
Arkansas
 
 
California
 
 
Colorado
 
 
Connecticut
 
 
Delaware
 
 
Democrats Abroad
 
 
Florida
 
 
Georgia
 
 
Guam
 
 
Hawaii
 
 
Idaho
 
 
Illinois
 
 
Indiana
 
 
Iowa
 
 
Kansas
 
 
Kentucky
 
 
Louisiana
 
 
Maine
 
 
Maryland
 
 
Massachusetts
 
 
Michigan
 
 
Minnesota
 
 
Mississippi
 
 
Missouri
 
 
Montana
 
 
Nebraska
 
 
Nevada
 
 
 
 
New Jersey
 
 
New Mexico
 
 
New York
 
 
North Carolina
 
 
North Dakota
 
 
Ohio
 
 
Oklahoma
 
 
Oregon
 
 
Pennsylvania
 
 
Puerto Rico
 
 
Rhode Island
 
 
South Carolina
 
 
South Dakota
 
 
Tennessee
 
 
Texas
 
 
Utah
 
 
Vermont
 
 
Virginia
 
 
Washington
 
 
Washington, D.C.
 
 
West Virginia
 
 
Wisconsin
 
 
Wyoming
 
 
Special Notes
  • Total Delegates* - This number includes pledged delegates and superdelegates
  • Superdelegates in the Democratic Party are typically members of the Democratic National Committee, elected officials like senators or governors, or party leaders. They do not have to indicate a candidate preference and do not have to compete for their position. If a superdelegate dies or is unable to participate at the convention, alternates do not replace that delegate, which would reduce the total delegates number and the number needed to clinch the nomination.
  • Delegates Needed to Win: This refers to the total number of delegate votes needed by a candidate to win the party's nomination.