Clinton and Obama got two delegates each in last weekend's Democratic caucus. The caucus format tends to favor Obama, but the particulars of this one are different. Voters could basically come in, vote and go. Between that and the momentum Clinton had going into the vote, the final vote ended up being very close.
Here is a report from Guam PDN:
When all of the ballots were finally counted -- a process that lasted through Saturday night until well into the next day -- Sen. Barack Obama had the most votes from Guam Democrats in the party's caucus.
Obama finished with 2,264 votes to Sen. Hillary Clinton's 2,257 votes -- a 7-point difference. Obama won 14 of 21 districts. Obama leads Clinton in the overall race for delegates to the national convention, 1,741 to 1,607, according to unofficial tallies by the Associated Press. It takes 2,025 votes to secure the party nomination.
With the race to secure the Democratic presidential nomination so close, Guam's Democratic caucus was given much national attention. The caucus determined which delegates Guam's Democratic Party will send to the National Democratic Convention in August in Colorado, where they will select which will candidate will go against Rep. Sen. John McCain.