The Big Cahunas

Ambinder lists the major uncommitted superdelegates left on the table.

To run things out quickly, Obama started the day needing 42 delegates to cross 2,118. By virtue of winning Montana he would pick up 9 delegates, larger margins would increase it slightly. A win in South Dakota yields at least 8 delegates. So that brings the needed superdelegate number to 25 with simple wins in both states. 5 Montana superdelegates pledged to back the winner there this morning, which even the Clinton campaign expects to be Obama. Obama picked up an additional 2.5 superdelegates this morning in formal endorsements, so that cuts the needed superdelegate pickup to 17.5.

And it’s important to remember that nets don’t really matter. Hillary can get 60 to Obama’s 42, he’d still be the nominee.