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Just to make your head hurt...

From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
Doing the math on if FL/MI are halved. FL by the primary vote, MI by the 69-59 argument...

Clinton nets 24 pledged delegates in this scenario. With supers, she nets 26, as now.

MI: 69-59 divide by 2 equals 34.5-29.5 or +5. (Supers: Clinton 7-5 divide by two equals 3.5-2.5. That's +1. Add that in and that's +15. There are 29 supers in MI, so 17 are undecided, so 8.5 undeclared still available if they're half votes.)

FL: 105-67 divide by 2 equals 52.5-33.5 or +19 (Supers: Clinton 8-6 divide by two equals 4-3. That's +1. Add that in and that's +20. There are 26 total supers there, so 12 are undecided, so 6 votes undeclared still available if they're half votes)

* This does not factor in Edwards delegates for Obama in Florida. If they are, and nine of 13 have so far pledged to Obama, then Clinton nets 14.5 out of FL and 19.5 overall or 21.5 with supers.