How Many Delegates Are Needed to Win the Democratic Nomination?

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To win a Democratic nomination, a candidate has to receive over 2,000 votes. A Republican candidate only has to receive about 1200 votes.
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maybe because there are fewer canidates
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2025 total needed. According to CNN the totals are (at this minute anyway): Obama 1215 (1059 gained by votes from the states). Clinton 1190 (956 gained by votes from the states).
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In reference to winning the democratic nomination, 2025 delegates are needed. However, the "super delegates" are free to pledge their vote to whichever candidate they choose
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These two questions are extremely difficult to reconcile. (1) Which candidate most likely ensures a re-election for President Obama? According to RealClearPolitics, President Obama
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