Hillary Clinton has cinched Puerto Rico's Democratic primary by a wide margin, CNN projects, giving her the larger share of the territory's 55 delegates.
Estimates show Clinton winning 68 percent to Obama's 32 percent. Though Puerto Rico went to the polls today, only the 50 states and Washington DC will get to weigh in come November.
Hillary will likely take 32 delegates from today's contest, and Obama, 14. Yesterday also saw the awarding of delegates when the DNC decided on Michigan and Florida, awarding the delegates half-votes, giving Clinton 87 additional delegates and Obama, 63.
Is the win for Clinton today, symbolic?