With the victory, Obama added 17 delegates to his total while Clinton picked up 11, CNN estimates. The Mississippi win was Obama’s second win in a row, having won the Wyoming caucuses Saturday.
CNN Tuesday also projected that Obama was the winner of the Texas Democratic caucuses that occurred March 4. Obama will be awarded 38 of Texas’s delegates, while Clinton will win 29 delegates as a result of the caucuses, CNN estimates.
Does this mean that Hillary is going to drop out? I mean, she didn’t win Texas (although, that’s not her story), so her claims to winning the big states kinda falls flat.
I doubt it.
This is going to be an interesting sprint to the finish, and if the super delegates do the wrong thing (which I’m afraid they’ll do), and select Clinton, you’ll start hearing the changes of Selected, not Elected across the country… and that may be the only way that McCain can win.