How Kansas' GOP, Dem Delegates Are Allocated

By: AP
By: AP

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ How delegates from Kansas have been allocated in the Democratic and Republican presidential races:

_ National convention: Aug. 25-28 in Denver.
_ Total Kansas delegates: 41. Of those, 32 were at stake in Feb. 5 caucuses; eight are so-called ``superdelegates,'' party leaders and elected officials who go to the convention no matter whom they support; one is an unofficially unpledged "add-on'' delegate.
_ For Illinois Sen. Barack Obama: 26. Twenty-three were won in the caucuses and three, including Gov. Kathleen Sebelius are superdelegates who have endorsed him.
_ For New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton: 10. Nine were won in the caucuses, and one is a superdelegate.
_ Uncommitted: 5, all superdelegates.

_National convention: Sept. 1-4 in Minneapolis-St. Paul.
_Total Kansas delegates: 39. Of those, 36 were at stake in Feb. 9 caucuses and three are party leaders who go to the convention no matter whom they support.
_For former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee: 36, all won in the caucuses.
_For Arizona Sen. John McCain: 2, both party leaders who have endorsed him.
_Uncommitted: 1, state GOP Chairman Kris Kobach.

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