According to CBS News estimates, Obama holds a razor-thin lead with 1,134 delegates overall to 1,131 for Clinton.
And that is counting the undecided Super delegates who could change on a whim to the real winner!
Overall, Obama has won 986 delegates from contests this year, compared to 924 for Clinton.
Sweeping this weekend was the final push and now with the Chesapeake primaries Tuesday, we are looking at a REAL momentum shift for him.
His winning margins ranged from substantial to crushing. In Maine, he led 59 percent to 41 percent with 91 percent of the precints reporting. In Louisiana, Obama defeated Clinton, 57 percent to 36 percent. He won in Nebraska by a 68 percent to 32 percent margin and in Washington 68 percent to 31 percent.
Winning 2 to 1 is not a simple task, not when being the underdog for months on end only now to be the top dog. We believe in the words we hear and the message is spreading.