It takes 2,383 delegates to become the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, a number Hillary Clinton reached on Monday. She continues to pad her lead with additional endorsements from superdelegates, after winning four of six states including California on Tuesday. A look at where the race for those delegates stands, based on an Associated Press count:
These are the delegates won in primaries and caucuses. At the party's national convention, these delegates must vote for the candidate who won them.
Hillary Clinton: 2,203
Bernie Sanders: 1,828
These are elected and party officials who automatically attend the convention and can vote for the candidate of their choice. The AP has surveyed these delegates several times and noted their on-the-record endorsements.
These delegates, however, can change their minds.
Clinton has reached the 2,383 delegates needed to become the presumptive nominee.
These are the pledged delegates to be chosen in upcoming races and the superdelegates who have yet to commit to either Clinton or Sanders.