With no clear frontrunners and February 5 around the corner, presidential hopefuls are targeting states in which they’ll gain the most delegates. “Since no candidate can campaign in all Feb. 5 states, the states’ delegate totals and rules for allocating them ‘will tell you a lot about where the candidates are going to be spending their time and putting their media money,’ says Anthony Corrado, a Colby College government professor and past Democratic strategist.