The presidential candidates are back at it again, and this time it’s at the primary polls in Kentucky and Oregon on May 17! Donald Trump is fighting to solidify his position as Republican nominee while Bernie is fighting to turn the race around against Hillary. Watch all of the drama unfold, here!
The presidential race is getting intense! There’s a lot at stake during the Oregon and Kentucky primaries on May 17, and while Hillary Clinton, 68, and Bernie Sanders, 74, are duking it out for the last few states’ delegates, Donald Trump, 69, is desperately trying to reach the delegates he needs to become the official nominee. Watch live coverage, right here!
Another Tuesday, another game-changing primary at stake! Donald will only be competing in Oregon while Bernie and Hillary will be fighting for both Oregon and Kentucky. Tonight could bring Donald to the brink of being the official GOP candidate in the general election, while Hillary is desperately trying to cling to her status as Democratic front runner despite growing support for Bernie. Tune in for live coverage of the results on CNN at 7pm EST/4pm PST. WATCH OREGON & KENTUCKY COVERAGE RIGHT HERE.
Donald probably isn’t too worried going into the May 17 primaries. All of his competitors have already dropped out, so he is overwhelmingly expected to win in Oregon. The question is, by how much? In West Virginia the week before, Donald got 70% of the vote, which is of course a landslide win, but shocking considering he was the only candidate at the time. Donald still needs 94 delegates to become the official nominee, and there are 28 at stake tonight.
Meanwhile, Hillary has had a strong lead throughout the first half of the primaries, but now she’s losing steam to Bernie. Mathematically, he can’t really catch up, but many suspect that Hillary losing the remainder of the primaries could lead many superdelegates to switch sides to support Bernie, si it’s more important now than ever for Hillary to beat Bernie if she wants to ensure her nomination.
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