From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
A few updates... Clinton picked up the endorsement of TN DNC member Vicky Harwell, president of the Tennessee Federation of Democratic Women. (We mentioned in First Thoughts Obama picking up 2.5 supers overnight.)
NBC NEWS has also now allocated the remaining delegates in West Virginia, and Clinton finished with a 20-8 split when all was said and done. NBC NEWS also allocated the lone remaining Democrats Abroad/Territories delegate for Clinton. The totals below are updated.
THE NBC NEWS DELEGATE COUNTS:
PLEDGED: Obama 1599-1447
SUPERDELEGATES: Obama 287.5, Clinton 276.5
TOTAL: Obama 1,886.5 to 1,723.5.
* 233 superdelegate undecided. (There are now 797 total superdelegates with the inclusions of Foster, Cazayoux and Childers.)
* 2,026 is what's needed to nominate now -- one higher than yesterday after Dems won the congressional seat in MS-1.
* Obama needs 139.5 to reach the magic number; Clinton needs 302.5.
* Since last Tuesday, Obama has picked up 31 superdelegates to Clinton's 1.5.
Today, it's Obama 4.5 to 2 over Clinton. (Obama got Lena Taylor, Oklahoma's Mike Morgan, state senate pro tempore as well as 2.5 others overnight; Clinton picked up the endorsement of Tennessee DNC member Vicky Harwell, president of the Tennessee Federation of Democratic Women.)
*** UPDATE *** Obama picked up Oklahoma superdelegate Mike Morgan, the state senate president pro tempore. (Numbers are adjusted above.)
*** UPDATE 2 *** The Obama campaign announced it got the support of Wisconsin's Lena Taylor. (Numbers adjusted).