Candidates Continue To Campaign, One Day After Ky. Primary

All eyes were on Kentucky Monday night as the results from the polls came in. Senator Hillary Clinton added another win to her column.

After a commanding victory, Senator Hillary Clinton says Kentucky voters have sent a loud and clear message.

Despite calls for her to concede the democratic nomination to Barack Obama, her camp argues her big win in the bluegrass state and overwhelming support from white working class voters, making her a tougher opponent for John McCain.

With nearly a reverse outcome, Obama easily came out ahead in Oregon on Tuesday. The win gives him the majority of all pledged delegates.

He marked the milestone in Iowa,t he state that delivered his first victory.

Wednesday, Barack Obama's local Headquarters in Lexington will move out of a retail space on Reynolds Road.

Both candidates will be in Florida Monday. Obama is looking ahead to a match up in the fall with McCain, while Clinton is fighting another battle, pushing for the democratic party to reinstate the delegates stripped away when the state held its primary early.

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  • by ron Location: pikeville on May 23, 2008 at 10:05 AM
    go MaCain,im a republican,but HILLARY is looking good........
  • by Melissa Location: Paintsville, Kentucky on May 22, 2008 at 02:17 PM
    ALL HILLARY CLINTON SUPPORTERS........GO TO Go to the TAKE ACTION Section, and write a your thoughts to the DNC Committee who will be meeting May 31,2008 to make a decision about counting FLORIDA and MICHIGAN"S it NOW!
  • by KentuckyGuy Location: Bluegrass on May 21, 2008 at 03:38 PM
    If you say something truthful about Hillary then you are called sexist. If you say something truthful about Obama then you are called racist. If you say something truthful about McCain then you are called Republican?
  • by Zatoichi Location: Richmond on May 21, 2008 at 03:35 PM
    Paula of Powell, Our first few Presidents were not elected by the people. They were elected by the super delegates of that time, Ben Franklin (Pennsylvania) and the folks that were elected from the states.
  • by gail Location: winchester on May 21, 2008 at 01:41 PM
    Go Hillary..GO! Don't give up! And by all means DO NOT LISTEN TO PEOPLE LIKE LARRY! What do you think Larry that the USofA can stand another 4 years of a republican. Do you think we are not already in enough trouble!
  • by Paula Location: Powell County on May 21, 2008 at 01:39 PM
    I feel that NO State should be stripped of its vote, especially on such as an important decision as to who will lead our nation. This message is sending to the american people," We do not care about your vote, it only counts when we decide it does". This is totally unconstitutional. Our Nations was formed on the concept that ALL Votes count. The people deserve to have thier voice heard.
  • by Hillary Fan Location: Paintsville on May 21, 2008 at 01:23 PM
    Go Hillary, we love you
  • by Mel Location: Lex on May 21, 2008 at 01:22 PM
    They're both great candidates & I'll support either one that wins the nomination. The democratic party can be it's own worst enemy, the republicans all fall in line behind their candidate, that's why they were able to vote dumbo in office for 8 years.
  • by gale Location: lancaster on May 21, 2008 at 12:20 PM
    Keep on Hillary....Don't give in....
  • by Larry Location: Lexington on May 21, 2008 at 11:51 AM
    Hillary or Obama will be a disaster for the USA.


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