For everyone who has heard Clinton won Texas (over and over and over again), the voting ain’t over till it’s over…
Party’s not over for Texas Democratic caucus-goers | Chron.com – Houston Chronicle
Clinton, a senator from New York, won the March 4 primaries and collected a 65-61 lead in delegates awarded based on popular vote. In Texas Democrats’ two-tiered delegate selection system, the 67 at-large delegates are still at stake.
After about a million people turned out for precinct caucuses, the state party estimated that Obama, a senator from Illinois, held a 37-30 lead among the at-large delegates.
An ongoing process
But that can change based on whose supporters turn out for this weekend’s conventions, and then it could change again based on whose supporters attend the state party convention June 5-7 in Austin.
“The caucus process is ongoing,” said Matt Angle with the Democratic Lone Star Project. “The candidate who turns their people out and makes the strongest showing has the best prospects.”
So depending on who is motivated the most to travel half way across the state and have their vote counted, the delegate votes could change at any point…