Ambers explains:

Credit the campaign's organization in the caucus states -- Obama won supermajorites in Alaska (75%), Kansas (74%), Colorado (68%), Minnesota (68%) and in the primary state of Georgia (68%). Obama's margin of victory in Illinois was proportionately larger than Clinton's margin in New York -- more than enough to give him some extra delegates.

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