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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Delegate Maths in case of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders

The Democratic nominee has to secure 2026 out of 4051 delegates to win the Party nomination. The number of super delegates is 712 who can choose whomever they want to choose regardless of the results in primary or caucus. Mrs. Clinton already has 440 delegates while Bernie Sanders has 52. Mrs. Clinton would need 1600 more delegates to earn the party nomination. Here are the delegates number in each state with the date of election. 

2/1/2016 Iowa 44
2/9/2016 New Hampshire 24
2/20/2016 Nevada 35
2/27/2016 South Carolina 53
3/1/2016 Alabama, American Samoa, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia 865
3/5/2016 Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska 109
3/6/2016 Maine 25
3/8/2016 Democrats Abroad, Michigan, Mississippi 179
3/12/2016 Northern Marianas 6
3/15/2016 Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio 691
3/22/2016 Arizona, Idaho, Utah 131
3/26/2016 Alaska, Hawaii, Washington 142
4/5/2016 Wisconsin 86
4/9/2016 Wyoming 14
4/19/2016 New York 247
4/26/2016 Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island 384
5/3/2016 Indiana 83
5/7/2016 Guam 7
5/10/2016 West Virginia 29
5/17/2016 Kentucky, Oregon 116
6/4/2016 Virgin Islands 7
6/5/2016 Puerto Rico 60
6/7/2016 California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota 694
6/14/2016 Washington, D.C. 20


Contributed by Aslam Abdullah 

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