Even though Hillary Clinton is claiming victory in Kentucky, the delegates were split evenly with each candidate grabbing 25 of the state’s 50 pledged delegates. With 99.8% of the vote in, she has a narrow margin of .05% and that’s not expected to change.
AP says the race is too close to call and with the delegate split, it’s clearly a tie.
BREAKING: Democratic presidential primary in Kentucky between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is too close to call.
— The Associated Press (@AP) May 18, 2016
— nn99.org (@nn99org) May 18, 2016
Hillary Clinton was favored to win Kentucky early on in this campaign, after all she trounced then Sen. Barack Obama 66% to 30% but she stumbled in recent months in dealing with the subject of coal.
Oregon is also counting up their votes and with 60% of the vote in, Sanders is enjoying a 6% cushion so far at 53% – 47%. Check back for updates.
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