Clinton wins. It seems to me, though, that this state was too close to produce a substantial delegate lead and much the same will be true no matter who wins in Connecticut. The networks' delegate math is, however, significantly lagging behind their ability to call the states. That said, the mere fact of the lag seems to me to be hurting Obama at this point since the states as such get "called" with great fanfare. It may take us until sometime tomorrow to actually piece together what happened with the delegates.

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