Posted: March 4, 2008 4:29 PM
For the Democrats, a Numbers Game
193: Texas delegates at stake.
141: Ohio delegates at stake.
21: Rhode Island delegates at stake.
15: Vermont delegates at stake.
370: Total delegates up for grabs in four states.
8,000: Caucus locations in Texas that will open after the state’s primary.
1/3: Portion of Texas delegates allocated through caucusing.
12,750,000: Number of registered voters in Texas.
3,300,000: Projected number of those who will vote in Texas’ primary.
7,9000,000: Number of registered voters in Ohio.
4,180,000: Projected number of those who will vote in Ohio’s primary.
44: Years since Ohio has not voted for the eventual winner of the presidential election.
6: Percentage points President Bush defeated Sen. John Kerry in Ohio in 2004.
11: Consecutive contests Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., has lost to Sen. Barack Obama heading into Tuesday’s contests.
14: Months Clinton and Obama have been campaigning.
1,386: Delegates won by Obama heading into Tuesday.
1,276: Delegates won by Clinton heading into Tuesday.
2,025: Delegates needed to win the Democratic nomination.
254: Counties in Texas.
88: Counties in Ohio.
3: Percentage points by which Clinton leads Obama in latest Zogby polling in Texas.
44: Percentage points each Democrat has in latest Zogby polling in Ohio.
10: States that will vote after Tuesday.