WASHINGTON - Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton cut into Sen. Barack Obama's delegate lead in early returns from Pennsylvania's Democratic primary.
Clinton won at least 66 delegates to the party's national convention, with 35 still to be awarded. Obama won at least 57, according to an analysis of election returns by The Associated Press.
The final delegate count isn't expected until Wednesday at the earliest because many of Pennsylvania's counties are split into multiple congressional districts. Pennsylvania awards delegates according to the statewide vote as well as the vote in individual congressional districts. (H/T - Yahoo!)
That's a shame. I really wanted to see Barack win this thing on my birthday. Bawahahahahaha!!! Maybe next time, he won't insult the voters in my home state before an election. Dumbass.