| AP Democratic Delegate Count |
Wednesday, March 17, 2004; 2:13 a.m.
These numbers indicate the latest Associated Press estimate of delegates allotted to each candidate for the national presidential nominating convention.
Delegates needed to win: 2,162
Total Delegates: 4,322
|Sen. John F. Kerry: ||2,252 |
|Sen. John Edwards: ||528 |
|Howard Dean: ||156 |
|Wesley Clark: ||73 |
|Al Sharpton: ||26 |
|Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich: ||22 |
|Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman: ||2 |
|Rep. Richard A. Gephardt: ||2 |
|Other: ||1 |
The Democratic Party allots a number of delegates to each state based on population (as measured by electoral college votes) and the number of votes the Democratic presidential candidate received in the last general election. The party assigns states additional delegate slots, called "Superdelegates," for Democratic elected officials, party leaders and Democratic members of Congress. Superdelegates are included in the totals.
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