OK, I finally corrected all of my errors! So here is the day-by day update (normally put out the day after an election). It should be noted that on several occasions, the count is a couple days late, and the last update was not after an election, but was me catching up on RNC delegates who pledged themselves to a candidate:
Here are the RNC delegte changes (3 possible in most states, some have 0, but none have more than 3): McCain gained 3 in Nevada, 1 in Maine, 3 in Alabama, Arizona, and California, 1 in Colorado, 3 in Connecticut, 1 in Illinois, 2 in North Dakota, 1 in Oklahoma and Tennessee, 3 in Louisiana and Puerto Rico, 1 in Ohio and Texas, 2 in Pennsylvania, 1 in Nebraska, 3 in Hawaii, 2 in South Dakota, 3 in American Samoa and Guam, and 1 in Northern Marianas.
Here’s a chart of the awarded delegates (click the image to enlarge it):
And here’s a chart of the percentage of delegates awarded (again, click to enlarge):
I’ll most likely add all of Romney’s delegates to McCain’s – I just want to wait a little longer to see if any formally switch to someobdy else or just become uncommitted.
On to the Democrats (which could take longer, since they have WAY more delegates).
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