Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will split the delegates from Kentucky's Democratic primary in a race so close that Sanders might be able to ask for a recount, the Lexington Herald Leader reports. The office of Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes declared Clinton the "unofficial" winner late Tuesday with less than half of 1% separating the candidates. Sanders, who won Oregon by around 10% of the vote, with most precincts in, won most of Kentucky's rural counties, especially in coal country, while Clinton took the cities. A round-up of coverage:
- A rep for Sanders, who had been favored to win Kentucky, tells the Washington Post that the campaign plans to take a closer look at the numbers Wednesday before deciding on a recount.