Obama Strategy Memo Accidentally Sent To Reporter

03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Catherine Dodge and Alex Tanzi Bloomberg

Barack Obama's campaign is forecasting that the Democratic presidential race will remain deadlocked after the primaries end, and the outcome may depend on a fight over whether delegations from Florida and Michigan are counted.

By the time the last primary is held June 7, Obama's advisers project he will have 1,806 delegates to 1,789 for New York Senator Hillary Clinton, according to a document outlining the scenario that was inadvertently attached to a release on delegate counts from yesterday's Super Tuesday primaries.

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