Hillary Clinton now has 2,141 delegates (with pledged and superdelegates combined), as of midnight Wednesday.
That means she is 90 percent of the way to the 2,383 delegates she needs to clinch the Democratic nomination.
Taking superdelegates out of the equation, she leads Bernie Sanders by 351 pledged delegates. (Clinton has 1,622 to Sanders' 1,282.) Sanders would need two-thirds of all remaining pledged delegates to overtake Clinton in that count.