New Mexico Democratic Party officials announced this afternoon -- nine days after their caucus -- that Hillary Clinton narrowly defeated Barack Obama.
Clinton received 73,105 votes to Obama's 71,396 votes, and her campaign said she will get 14 of the 26 delegates because of proportional division.
More than 200 volunteers helped with the count, particularly of provisional ballots, officials said. They said that the turnout nearly reached 150,000 and was the highest in decades for a nominating contest.
The result makes the final count from Super Tuesday 13 states for Obama and nine for Clinton.
Obama had won eight contests since, but this announcement sort-of-breaks that streak.
Clinton's campaign immediately bragged about the win, issuing a statement from her that said, “I am so proud to have earned the support of New Mexicans from across the state. From strengthening the economy to providing healthcare for every American to jumpstarting a clean energy future, New Mexicans want real solutions to our nation’s challenges.
"As president, I will continue to stand up for New Mexico and will hit the ground running on day one to bring about real change.”