Democratic Party officials in New Mexico resumed counting votes Wednesday after a higher-than-expected turnout proved problematic for caucus voters and left the state as the last one undecided from Super Tuesday for Democrats.
With 181 of 184 precincts reporting, Hillary Clinton led early Wednesday morning with 65,845 votes, a mere 117-vote lead against Barack Obama's tally of 65,728 votes.
Still outstanding are votes from three polling sites in Rio Arriba County: Espanola Middle School, Hernandez Elementary School, and Chimayo Elementary School. Democratic party officials said they cannot reach the Rio Arriba County Chair for the returns.
Oh, Espanola! Nuff said.
okokok. Old Los Alamos-Espanola-Santa Fe troika rivalry coming out again. sorry 'bout that.