It seems that the final vote count in California is more favorable to Barack Obama than were the results on February 5. Sufficiently more favorable in delegate terms, it seems, to make up the lost ground from last week’s primaries. Once Mississippi and Wyoming have voted, I expect Obama’s delegate lead will be bigger than ever, with fewer-than-ever delegates left in play.
UPDATE: Early indications are of massive turnout and a big Obama win in Wyoming. It has, however, already been established that Idaho and North Dakota don’t count, so why should Wyoming?