I figured since nobody else is posting this, I might as well. The primary process is a strange beast with each state doing things differently. Generally speaking it isn't a straightforward task of assigning delegates based on proportion of the popular vote. For example, Huckabee got 34% of the Iowa popular vote, but currently has 43% of Iowa delegates. This is huge in some of the winner-take-all states where a candidate might have 20% of the popular vote but only get a paltry 5% of the delegates in the end. On this thread I will post the current delegate counts for each candidate. This includes delegates whom are pledges to a certain candidate even though that state hasn't held its primary yet. Republican Romney --- 44% with 26 delegates Huckabee --- 34% ; 20 Thompson --- 10% ; 6 McCain --- 5% ; 3 Paul --- 3% ; 2 Guliani --- 2% ; 1 Hunter --- 2% ; 1 Democrat Hillary --- 56% with 124 delegates Obama --- 22% ; 69 Edwards --- 16% ; 48 Richardson --- 6% ; 19 Obviously Hillary has the most pre-vote support of any candidate. It will be interesting to see if/when the lead changes on the Dem side.