Obama Wins Wyoming Caucuses in Landslide

And Obama wins Wyoming by a 61-38 margin, in the caucuses.

Incidentally, is everyone on the Clinton campaign a resentful white male who time-traveled from 1984 just so they could get another whack at Gary Hart?

... I'm mocking this quote.
One Clinton aide yesterday derided Mr Obama's victories in "boutique" caucus states rather than the hardscrabble terrain of the rustbelt, saying: "Obama has won the small caucus states with the latte-sipping crowd. They don't need a president, they need a feeling."
78% Reporting
Obama: 59%
Clinton: 40%

Looks like Obama's strength in caucuses is continuing. However, since this is the last caucus outside of Guam and a possible caucus in name only in Michigan, his dominance in caucuses is also ending.

The key number to watch in terms of delegates is 64.286%. If Obama goes over that number, the delegate split is 8-4. If he goes under that number, which seems pretty likely from the results so far, the delegate split is 7-5.

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