Okay, so over the weekend, the RBC decided on Saturday what to do about Michigan and Florida. If you want to know the details, look it up. Clinton got more delegates than Obama, but he maintained his hefty lead.
Then, Puerto Rico had its primary on Sunday. Turnout was 16% and Clinton won handily, 68-32. Big stinking deal. That amounts to about 200,000 voters who don't even have a say in November.
So, with the changes, the nominee now needs 2,118 delegates (instead of 2,026). The new countdown for Obama looks like this:
(PS. Clinton still needs 207 delegates. But her website doesn't count that way. They only use crazy math to delude themselves into thinking they're winning the popular vote)