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CNN projects Obama the winner of the Mississippi primary.

No big surprise there. (Reminder, Mississippi has 33 pledged delegates up for grabs and 7 superdelegates up for grabs).
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More interesting is CNN's projection of the Texas caucus results. Yeah, that's right. They're STILL not doing counting, but here's what CNN's status report says:
Partial caucus results, representing 41 percent of all caucus precincts, showed Obama last week with 56 percent of the county-level delegates chosen at the caucus to 44 percent for Clinton. The state party says it will not be able to provide a further breakdown of the caucus results from March 4.



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