794 superdelegates total, 332 who have not picked a candidate yet. Clinton would need over 200 of them - to get that she'd need to win the popular vote of the remaining states by about 67% (not happening).
Since March 4 Clinton has gotten 1 superdelegate, Obama got about 50 including Richardson today.
Clinton will win Penn. but by May 20 Obama will have a majority of delegates from the state primaries and caucuses (Oregon and others put him over the top by a good chunk that day).
Florida is out of a re-run. Michigan is unlikely but even if it goes, Obama polls even with Clinton there. So Obama will get it. Yay!
Make phone calls for Obama from home if you have a second:
On an unrelated note:
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