Overall, you mean? Oh, she won more. Possibly … two more. In Texas? We’re not sure yet.
With 99 percent of the state’s precincts reporting, Clinton has 92 Texas delegates to the Democratic nominating convention to Obama’s 91 delegates with 10 caucus delegates still to be awarded…
But early returns show Obama was the preferred candidate of 52 percent of those attending the Texas Democratic caucuses. That’s with 36 percent of the precincts reporting.
Fox News places her net delegate pick-up for the night at 12, with those Texas 10 still be decided. Hopefully they’ll only break 6-4 for him so that she’ll at least have a, er, double-digit gain. Which means all the conservatives wringing their hands at the thought of Hillary rising from the grave should mellow out, take a hard look at the projections, enjoy the fact that the gloves are about to come off (“I hope people start asking, what exactly is this foreign experience that she’s claiming? I know she talks about visiting 80 countries, it’s not clear, was she negotiating treaties or agreements, or was she handling crises during this period of time?”), and just groove on it. Worst-case scenario: She beats him up for another seven weeks, flames out in Pennsylvania, the superdelegates say enough’s enough and defect to him en masse, and the stake is at last well and truly driven. Best-case scenario: You know.