WASHINGTON (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton won the most delegates in the Pennsylvania primary. The final count isn't in yet, but she has at least 80 of the 158 that were at stake. Barack Obama won at least 66.
The final delegate count has been delayed 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.
In the overall race, the AP tally has Obama with 1,714.5 delegates, including the separately chosen party and elected officials known as superdelegates. Clinton has 1,589.5.
It takes 2,025 delegates to secure the nomination.
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