That's what Pennsylvania meant.
After the Pennsylvania primary, Barack Obama has at least 1,719 delegates and Hillary Clinton has at least 1,591 delegates. Seven of Pennsylvania’s 158 delegates still hadn’t been decided.
Obama won at least 70 delegates in Pennsylvania, while Clinton won at least 81. (Pennsylvania also will send 29 unelected, uncommitted "superdelegates" to the Democratic National Convention.)
That leaves Clinton 121 to 128 delegates behind Obama.