— From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
NBC News has allocated two delegates apiece for Clinton and Obama of Guam's four that were up for grabs. (Obama won the contest narrowly 50.1%-49.9%, or by seven caucus votes.)
The Day in Superdelegates: Obama 4, Clinton 1
Obama picked up three superdelegates today to Clinton's one. Obama got the backing of New Mexico Democratic Party Chairman Brian Colon and two add-on superdelegates named today: former Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening and former South Carolina Education Superintendent Inez Tenenbaum. Clinton picked up the other Maryland add-on: former Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend.
(Obama is also expected to pick up the three Illinois add-on superdelegates by Monday.)
The Delegate Counts:
SUPERDELEGATES: CLINTON 274, OBAMA 254
PLEDGED: OBAMA 1,492, CLINTON 1,338
OVERALL: OBAMA 1,746, CLINTON 1,612
* There are 267 undeclared superdelegates.
* Since the Pennsylvania primary: It's Obama +17, Clinton +12
* Since Super Tuesday, Feb. 5: It's Obama +84, Clinton +14.
* Since Junior Super Tuesday, March 4: It's Obama +41, Clinton +21.
*** UPDATE *** The Obama campaign announced this morning (Sunday) the support of Guam superdelegate Jamie Paulino. (Numbers adjusted above.)