From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
Clinton gets a Washington state superdelegate -- Eileen Macoll, the state party's vice chair.
Clinton also got the, um, coveted endorsement of Puerto Rican pop singer -- and former soap opera star -- Ricky Martin, five days ahead of the Puerto Rico primary.
"These elections will have historic repercussions both in the United States and the world," Martin said in a statement released by the Clinton campaign. "Senator Clinton has always been consistent in her commitment with the needs of the Latino community. Whether fighting for better education, universal health care and social well-being, as First Lady and Senator from New York -- representing millions of Latinos --she has always fought for what is most important for our families."
Clinton said she was "honored" by the endorsement. "In addition to his great talent, Ricky is committed to improving the world through his philanthropic work, and I am grateful for his support," Clinton said in a statement. "He is a very important voice in the Latino community and together we will work to improve the lives of families and children across the country."
Martin is not a superdelegate. Today, Obama and Clinton have picked up one superdelegate each.
The NBC NEWS DELEGATE COUNTS:
PLEDGED: Obama 1,649 to 1,500
SUPERDELEGATES: Obama 320.5 to 284.5
EDWARDS PL.: Obama 12 to 0
TOTAL: Obama 1,981.5 to 1,784.5