That’s what the exit polls are suggesting and MSNBC just called it.

If that holds up, she’ll get 19 delegates and he’ll get about 9. So +10 for her tonight is likely.

By the way, if she got 75% of the remaining pledged delegates, she’d have to get 80% of the remaining superdelegates to catch up.

Watch MSNBC live if you want to watch her speech or get more details. This embed will probably go dead in about two hours, though.

And that’s about it. I’ll be following the Oregon and Kentucky contests next week.

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