LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Barack
Obama's campaign has opened its second office in Kentucky.
The campaign on Monday held a rally for supporters at its new
Lexington headquarters that drew around 400 people.
Obama's statewide director Carolyn Tandy says plans are being
made for Obama and his wife to return to Kentucky for campaign
events, but no dates have been set.
The campaign opened an office in Louisville last month and is
slated to open other offices later this month across the state,
Kentucky has come into play in the tight Democratic race between
Obama and his rival Hillary Clinton, although the state's primary
isn't until May 20.
Clinton stumped in Kentucky on March 29 and former President
Bill Clinton has been in the state on her behalf twice in as many