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All but one of the Democrats I talked to at the courthouse voted for Clinton. All of them will vote for the Democratic Party ticket in November, they said, even if Obama is the nominee.
Obama has won. He won't trumpet that fact now, despite the smear campaign the Clinton camp has been waging saying he will. He'll let everyone with access to a pencil stub and the back of an envelope declare for him.
There is little diversity in Kentucky but the voting won't just be about race. "We're not progressives. The party machine is Clinton and she's speaking to traditional Democratic concerns."
"I'll tell you today this is the best thing for the Democratic Party. The excitement has been tremendous. It's not over yet. We need to vote this out and have everybody get their say in."
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