Breakdown of all primary results

June 3, 2008 8:25:49 PM PDT
There have been 57 Democratic nominating contests, including Florida and Michigan, over five months. The race to the Democratic nomination began on Jan. 3 with the Iowa caucuses and ended today with the Montana and South Dakota primaries.

Below is the breakdown of the states and contests Obama and Clinton have won.

States (FL and MI are NOT included)
Obama: 30
Clinton: 19

Contests (FL and MI are NOT included)
Obama: 34
Clinton: 21

OBAMA: 30 States, 34 Contests (DC, VI, Dems Abroad, Guam)
1. Iowa
2. Wyoming
3. South Carolina
4. Maine
5. Alabama
6. Alaska
7. Colorado
8. Connecticut
9. Delaware
10. Georgia
11. Idaho
12. Illinois
13. Kansas
14. Minnesota
15. Missouri
16. North Dakota
17. Utah
18. Washington
19. Louisiana
20. Nebraska
21. Maryland
22. Virginia
23. Hawaii
24. Wisconsin
25. Vermont
26. Texas caucuses
27. Mississippi
28. North Carolina
29. Oregon
30. Montana
31. District of Columbia
32. Virgin Islands
33. Dems Abroad
34. Guam

CLINTON: 19 States, 21 Contests (America Samoa and Puerto Rico)
-- numbers are 21 states and 23 contests if FL and MI are included
1. New Hampshire
2. Nevada
3. Arizona
4. Arkansas
5. California
6. Massachusetts
7. New Jersey
8. New Mexico
9. New York
10. Oklahoma
11. Tennessee
12. Ohio
13. Rhode Island
14. Texas primary
15. Pennsylvania
16. Indiana
17. West Virginia
18. Kentucky
19. South Dakota
20. America Samoa
21. Puerto Rico
22. Michigan
23. Florida


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