With 99-percent of precincts reporting, Sen. Obama leads Sen. Hillary Clinton in state delegates, 2079 to 1396.
Sen. Obama won 15 of Maine’s delegates to the national convention, and Sen. Clinton won nine.
About 40-thousand democrats from more than 400 communities voted yesterday. The democratic party says that is 28-thousand more than the previous record set in 2004.
In Bangor organizers tell us it was the highest turnout ever, with close to 800 people on hand.
Both Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama made visits to the area on Saturday, trying to bolster their support.
Bangor’s Democratic Chair George Burgoyne says it was exciting to know the eyes of the nation were on Maine, since we were the only state holding a caucus or primary Sunday.
Sen. Obama’s victory follows wins in Saturday’s Louisiana primary and democratic caucuses in Nebraska, Washington and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Sen. Hillary Clinton still holds a narrow edge over Sen. Obama when ":superdelegates": are included in the tally.