Mitt Romney may be the Republican Party's presumptive nominee, but it will be a while before he actually has the delegates needed to clinch the nomination. Romney currently has 645 delegates, according to CBS News estimates. He now needs 499 more to reach 1,144 - the number of delegates a candidate must have to be nominated.Full state-by-state delegate estimates from CBS NewsComplete GOP primary resultsEven though Romney's chief rival, Rick Santorum, has suspended his campaign, states continue to hold primaries.
Ron Paul dealt a quiet, but embarrassing, blow to Republican rival Mitt Romney this weekend, scoring an impressive delegate victory on the presumptive nominee's home turf. The Boston Globe reports today that Paul supporters filled m... Read Post
Romney may be the party's presumptive nominee, but it will be a while before he actually has the delegates needed to clinch the nomination Read Post