Presidential Race Focuses On Kentucky

Kentuckians head to the polls in just six days to vote in the presidential primary.

Hillary Clinton says her win in the West Virginia Democratic presidential primary is an "overwhelming vote of confidence."

And Clinton, who coasted to victory over Barack Obama, told supporters in Charleston that she is "more determined than ever" to carry on the campaign."

Former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to visit Louisville, Bardstown and Elizabethtown.

Hillary Clinton appealed to backers for their financial support to help her through what she calls "the home stretch." She asked them to go to her Web site. She also called for the party to make sure that delegates from Florida and Michigan are seated at the convention. Those states were sanctioned for moving their primaries ahead of Super Tuesday.

The New York senator said she's in the race because she believes
she is "the strongest candidate," even though Barack Obama is closing in on nomination.

Clinton also said she will work out her heart to make sure there is a Democrat in the White House.

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)


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  • by Angie Location: Lexington, KY on May 19, 2008 at 08:56 AM
    It's Muslim, not "muslin", you dummy. What ignorance! Do some research and you'll discover that Obama isn't a "muslin". Although I'll have a great time making fun of you today!
  • by c Location: fkt on May 16, 2008 at 05:45 AM
    A democracy is supposed to be that the PEOPLE vote for whomever they want as president, not the media! Obama is hiding alot of things & it will be too late for all of us if he is elected president! I think he is a sneaky liar that has fooled alot of people! He says whatever he thinks people want to hear! He has NO experience to be president. He'll hand this country over to the muslins. He's not devote to this country because he holds dual citizenship with Kenya. What will Americans say when we become another state of Kenya, which is mostly muslin? I'm voting for Clinton! People who vote for Obama will be crying out in horror if he becomes the president! I'm not going to be one of them. I urge every Christian in this nation to vote for Clinton in the primaries! Let's show the media that they don't know everything! Chandler & our Lt. Gov. lost my vote because they didn't wait & let the people vote before they endorse Obama! Their actions say that they don't care about Kentuckian's.
  • by Fred Location: Lexington on May 16, 2008 at 05:32 AM
    This is starting to get funny. All these posts make it sound like this is the election and not a primary. "It's either Hillary or Obama". Let's not forget, there are other parties and candidates that will be running for the REAL position. In the mean time, I'll just sit back and rest assured that this great state will vote another lame, worthless lump in office, just like we did for Governor...
  • by debbie Location: ky on May 16, 2008 at 05:04 AM
    I HOPE HILLARY WINS! She can run this country as well as any man! If not Hillary I will be voting democrat anyway. Republicans have destroyed our once strong and beautiful country.
  • by Bill on May 16, 2008 at 04:51 AM
    Hey I wouldn't sell Obama a insurance policy for any amount if Hillary becomes V.P.He would be history.
  • by Anonymous on May 15, 2008 at 08:59 PM
    i guess us hill billys mean nothing when it comes to voting.owell
  • by pat Location: wolfe on May 14, 2008 at 07:49 PM
    I feel sorry for our country. If the old people that sat up this country could see it now.
  • by curious Location: up the creek on May 14, 2008 at 07:13 PM
    can someone help me understand if ky.votes does not matter, just the super deligatis, why waste our time voting if we dont have a say anyway i dont understand all the hyp.i thought that was the whole purpose of being able to vote as a whole not certain ind. having more say....
  • by christopher Location: Knott County on May 14, 2008 at 03:12 PM
    As a proud supporter of Hillary Clinton, and having attended one of her campaigns speakings. I would like to encourage all readers of this comment and every registered democrat voters to vote for Hillary. No matter what the media may try to tell us we do matter. Please do not get me wrong on this I do believe that Obama may have some good points on his campaign..BUT.. Hillary has more experience in this, she has been there before with her husband Bill. She is more ready for this position. Hillary has what it takes for this and being as I just stated formally in the white house, she knows how things work and would be able to more quickly bring to action all of her great plans for our country. Not only her being in the white house before, she is also a very very VERY successful senator. Again please make the right decision and vote for Hillary!
  • by Berea Resident Location: Berea on May 14, 2008 at 02:07 PM
    WELL SAID MELISSA FROM JOHNSON CO. I agree 110%!!! Lets all join together and put Hillary on top. She offers solutions, not speeches. Black Americans and White Americans join together and put Hillary on top. She will be best for our country! GO HILLARY 2008!!!!!
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