Sen Clinton and Sen Mc Cain won yesterdays Florida primary while Edwards and Giuliani call it quits.
Edwards said he couldn’t predict "who will take the final steps to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.," but he said it will be a Democrat. "It is time for me to step aside so that history can blaze its path,"
So far, Obama has 63 delegate votes and Clinton with 48. To become the Democratic nominee for president, a candidate has to be nominated by a majority of delegates attending the DNC in Denver, Colorado, in August 2008. At this time, Hillary or Barack must receive at least 2,025 delegates out of a total of 4,049 to win the 2008 Nomination. This number could change depending on delegates leaving office the party, cannot make the convention or the national party changes what states to include in the final count.
Mc Cain or Romney must have a total of 1,191 delegates to clinch the Republican nomination.
Super Tuesday is just 6 days away.