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PRIMARY RESULTS: Delegate Scorecard
On March 11, 2004, CNN's delegate survey found Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry had enough delegates (pledged and unpledged) to clinch the Democratic nomination. The count on this page represents CNN's state-by-state total through March 11. For a historical look at the full results and delegate count reported immediately following the conclusion of each state's race (through March 9), click on the state name. For a state-by-state breakdown of unpledged delegates, go to the Unpledged Delegate Scorecard
Updated: 7:30 p.m. EDT May 04, 2004 Go to graphical scorecard
 CT - IN
 IA - MS
 MO - ND
 OH - UT
 VT - WY
TOTAL
2,162 needed
2162534170572723000
OTHER*
1205000000
June 1, 2004
300---00---------
March 20, 2004
000---00---------
Arizona
February 3, 2004
42051400---0---
May 18, 2004
300---00---------
California
March 2, 2004
3158410---01---------
April 13, 2004
521---00---------
Connecticut
March 2, 2004
41140---00---0---
Delaware
February 3, 2004
1600010---0---
District of Columbia
February 14, 2004
1905---40---------
Florida
March 9, 2004
19030---00---------
Georgia
March 2, 2004
52420---00---------
Hawaii
February 24, 2004
1601---08---------
Idaho
February 24, 2004
1660---00---------
March 16, 2004
1613---10---------
May 4, 2004
600---00---------
Iowa
January 19, 2004
241810000000
March 13, 2004
311---00---------
May 18, 2004
200---00---------
Louisiana
March 9, 2004
58110------0---------
Maine
February 8, 2004
19011000---------
Maryland
March 2, 2004
65232---00---------
Massachusetts
March 2, 2004
105130---00---------
Michigan
February 7, 2004
108624070---------
Minnesota
March 2, 2004
49220---09---------
Mississippi
March 9, 2004
3700---00---------
Missouri
February 3, 2004
5528001000---
June 8, 2004
200---00---------
May 11, 2004
200---00---------
Nevada
February 14, 2004
2002---00---------
New Hampshire
January 27, 2004
1409000---0---
June 8, 2004
1202---00---------
New Mexico
February 3, 2004
22055---0---0---
New York
March 2, 2004
208551---110---------
May 4, 2004
670---00---------
North Dakota
February 3, 2004
1500500---0---
Ohio
March 2, 2004
89551------5---------
Oklahoma
February 3, 2004
131401500---0---
May 18, 2004
500---00---------
April 27, 2004
810---00---------
Rhode Island
March 2, 2004
2640------0---------
South Carolina
February 3, 2004
23280000---0---
June 1, 2004
300---00---------
Tennessee
February 10, 2004
352021800---------
Texas
March 9, 2004
199110---20---------
Utah
February 24, 2004
1690------0---------
Vermont
March 2, 2004
6---15------0---------
Virginia
February 10, 2004
61292000---------
Washington
February 7, 2004
54035000---------
May 11, 2004
302---00---------
Wisconsin
February 17, 2004
392716000---------
March 20, 2004
400---00---------

 There are currently 4,322 total delegates to the Democratic National convention, including 802 unpledged or "superdelegates." Unlike pledged delegates, if a "superdelegate" dies or for some reason is unable to participate at the convention, alternates do not replace that delegate. Therefore, the number of unpledged delegates could decrease, adjusting the total delegate number and reducing the "magic number" needed to clinch the nomination. For more about the delegate selection process, click here.
 The other category includes pledged and unpledged delegates that represent Democrats in American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and living abroad.
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