Here is a breakdown of how the Republican and DFL Party delegates are being awarded to their parties' presidential candidates.
GOP delegate breakdown: 41 total
3 - given to state party chair, national committeeman, national committeewoman
24 - chosen at congressional level conventions (March 28 - April 19)
14 - chosen at state GOP convention, May 29-31 (in Rochester)
Only the first three delegates are known; two have been pledged for Mitt Romney, the other for Mike Huckabee.
DFL delegate breakdown: 88 total
25 - statewide (proportional)
47 - congressional (proportional - five delegates for districts 1, 2, 6, 7; six delegates for districs 3, 8; seven delegates for district 4; eight delegates for district 5)
16 - superdelegates
The superdelegates are not bound by Tuesday night's caucus results. All of the state's top DFL officeholders are superdelegates, for example. The last two superdelegates won't be determined until the state DFL Party convention.
Some superdelegates have already endorsed a candidate. Here's a list of those delegates and which candidate, if any, they are supporting:
Vice President Walter Mondale -- Hillary Clinton
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar -- uncommitted
U.S. Rep. Tim Walz -- Barack Obama
U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum -- Obama
U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison -- Obama
U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson -- uncommitted
U.S. Rep. James Oberstar -- Obama
DFL Party Chair Brian Melendez -- uncommitted
DFL Party Associate Chair Donna Cassutt -- uncommitted
Democratic National Committee member Ken Foxworth -- uncommitted
DNC member Rick Stafford -- Clinton
DNC member Jackie Stevenson -- Clinton
DNC member Nancy Larson - uncommitted
DNC member State Sen. Mee Moua -- Obama
* Given this tally, along with the DFL's initial (but not final) estimates, Obama has a preliminary lead in the Minnesota delegate count of 53-27 (with 8 uncommitted superdelegates).