Super-Scooping Super-Ds

By Jennifer Parker

May 12, 2008 5:19pm

It was just Friday. I was standing on a street corner in Portland, Oregon, at 4 am Pacific Time, telling Good Morning America’s audience that Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, had surpassed Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, in the one remaining metric left — superdelegates.

Obama had 267 to Clinton’s 265.

Now it’s Monday afternoon, and Obama leads Clinton with superdelegates by 17 — 283 to 266.

In total delegates, Obama has 1,873; Clinton has 1,692.

- jpt

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