First thoughts: Well, Hillary won by 10. I guess that means this superdelegate tracking is going to have to continue for a while.
Regarding the GOP delegate races, those results are a little spread out over the interwebs, so will require some time to aggregate. My favored candidate for my district– Jim McHale– did not win, but he did OK. Interestingly, in my district well-known insider Ken Davis, about whom many are less than enthused, was included on the GOP sample ballot as an endorsed delegate at the last second absent any appropriate vote, at least as far as this committeeman is aware.
While Mr. Davis did not win, he did siphon off 1300 votes which affected the ultimate results. There could be an explanation for this, but the most thorough one I’ve heard thus far is there was a “mix-up”, so an endorsement fell upon him by fiat, like manna from heaven. This will require more investigation. A very polite e-mail to the chairman of the Chester County GOP has thus far gone unanswered.
As for the rest of the Commonwealth, I believe there are at least some unendorsed delegates who have been elected, and not all of them are Paul-bearers. As Mr. Drudge says, developing…