Well, she hasn't won the Texas Caucuses, but she won the popular vote there. Interesting to see if she still plans to sue over the caucuses in Texas now that she's declared victory.
If what I'm reading is right, the pledged delegate count is almost in exactly the same place. She's still not, in actuality, in the lead among pledged delegates. She never has been.
Onwards. Endlessly. To arguments about fuzzy math and weird triangulations.
I'm sure John McCain is thrilled.
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