NEW YORK (CNN) – After a rush of superdelegate endorsements Tuesday, Barack Obama is currently a dozen delegates away from the 2,118 required to claim the Democratic nomination. The Illinois senator has 2,106 delegates in the latest CNN count.
Obama now leads Clinton by 193 delegates in overall delegates, 125 in pledged delegates, and 68 in superdelegates. Clinton is 205 delegates short of clinching the nomination.
There are 31 pledged delegates up for grabs in the remaining two contests (Montana and South Dakota on Tuesday night). There are 179 superdelegates remaining.
Constantly updated delegate totals are available at the CNN.com Election Center.
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATE ESTIMATE as of 6/3/2008, 6 p.m.
Obama: 2,106 (Pledged: 1749, Superdelegates: 357)
Clinton: 1,913 (Pledged: 1624, Superdelegates: 289)
Edwards: 5 (Pledged: 5, Superdelegates: 0)
Superdelegates remaining: 179
Pledged delegates remaining: 31