While presidential nomination contests are won by the number of delegates acquired and not by the accumulated popular vote, it the latter that Team Hillary is hoping for by seating the Michigan and Florida delegations--even though Obama was not even on the ballot in the Wolverine state. Concerns about uncounted caucus voting notwithstanding, the popular vote is the only metric--and perhaps hollow moral victory--that she has left unless we include the you-never-know-what-happens-in-June asides.
FYI. Obama was won more primaries and caucuses (pledged delegates) and Super Delegates (unpledged delegates) than Clinton and is also ahead in the total popular vote. Albeit 368 potential delegates in limbo from Michigan and Florida, Obama is a mere 42 delegates short of the 2,026 needed to clinch the nomination.
Read the full update by the AP's Nedra Pickler.