(CNN) — With 15 out of 19 villages reporting, Obama leads the vote count from the Guam Democratic presidential caucuses with 1,393 votes (53.3 percent). Hillary Clinton has 1,222 votes (46.7 percent).
An estimated 1,400 ballots from Guam’s largest village, Dededo, have not yet been counted.
The presidential candidates are battling for Guam's four pledged delegate votes. A total of eight delegates will be elected, each with half a vote at the Democratic National Convention in Denver this summer.
It is predictable. Caucus is not democratic. There is no caucus during the National Presidential Election. McCain will win. I am voting for McCain if Hillary is not nominated. Obama can wait for another 8 years. Then I will vote for him. He will be more experienced.
Please show the world that there is democracy in USA. Obama is the winner, and do not bring wright to make it all wrong. America needs to find its place in the world again and only OBAMA can do it
Oh, the media and everybody else has investigated this peter paul case and have decided that its a total fabrication and has nothing to do with the Clinton's what so ever. Why do the Obama people keep sounding like Ken Starr underlings and Republican cheap shot artists? Is this the politics of hope or of personal destruction. it isn't enough to be for somebody, the opposition has to be demonized? Your going to want my vote if Obama wins but your aren't going to get it.
cnn should devote more time to Hillary's multiple personality disorder
When will we hear Clinton has somehow claimed victory in Guam? I'm sure she probably can find some way to "parse" the numbers out and declare herself the winner! What a pathetic washed up has been from the 90's! Send her and Bush off to Iraq to see if they can screw that country up more than it is.