|Contests leave Dem race up in the air |
Race could go all the way to the Democratic convention in August
The latest round of Democratic contests leveled the playing field, leaving everyone asking, "Now what happens?"
Sen. Hillary Clinton picked up critical wins Tuesday night in the Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island primaries. Sen. Barack Obama won in Vermont.
The Texas caucuses -- which offer up about a third of the state's delegates -- are still too close to call.
Obama didn't lose his lead, but he lost his momentum. The Illinois senator was on a 12-contest winning streak since Super Tuesday before Clinton stopped him by winning the two big prizes Tuesday night.
CNN's latest delegate count has Obama with 1,520 delegates to Clinton's 1,424. To clinch the Democratic nomination, a candidate must get 2,025 delegates.