Including 7 pledged delegates from Democrats Abroad, 14 Edwards delegates from Iowa, and 23 from other states that have yet to report full, con-contradictory delegate totals, 459 pledged delegates will be determined between now and March 15th.
Notes on this table can be found in the extended entry.
Delegate counts are derived from the highest, non-contradictory count for each state as presented by Democratic Convention Watch's Ultimate Delegate Tracker.
The remaining 44 delegates from states with completed results are as follows: Iowa (14), John Edwards (12), Colorado (9), California (4), Maryland (4), and New York (1). Outside of the Edwards and Iowa delegates, the remaining delegates are from states where counting has not yet finished, or where there are conflicting delegate allocation reports.
The Michigan Democratic Party has claimed it will send a pledged delegate count of 73 Clinton, 55 uncommitted to the national convention. The DNC has ruled that Michigan has no pledged delegates. This conflict will be worked out by the DNC credentials committee, sometime in June or July. For more on the DNC credentials committee, click here.
The Florida Democratic Party has claimed that it will send a pledged delegate count of 105 Clinton, 67 Obama, and 13 Edwards to the national convention. The DNC has ruled that Florida has no pledged delegates. This conflict will be worked out by the DNC credentials committee, sometime in June or July.
There are 796 unlpledged, or "super" delegates, to the DNC convention, plus another 54 from Michigan and Florida. Historically, they have lined up behind the pledged delegate leader. In the event that there is no pledged delegate leader in June, they will come into play. In that "tiebreaker" event, Clinton currently holds a substantial advantage, 238--165.5.
For more on a possible brokered convention, click here.