Despite the Rev. Wright controversy and his other recent struggles, Barack Obama is still marching toward the Democratic nomination, the New York Times reported. Obama continues to pick up superdelegates at a quicker pace than Hillary Clinton. Obamaâ€™s campaign manager noted that if Clinton won 55 percent of the remaining pledged delegates â€” which is highly unlikely â€” she would still need about two-thirds of the remaining uncommitted superdelegates to reach the 2,025 delegates needed to secure the nomination.
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