Kentucky Primary Result Basically Stumps Everyone
Throughout the night, the lead changed multiple times and only an "apparent" winner was announced.By Eugene Daniels | May 17, 2016
Tuesday's Kentucky Democratic primary was the closest race of the entire presidential primary. So close that news outlets only projected Hillary Clinton as the "apparent" winner, which basically translates to a collective shrug.
But the fact is, who actually won doesn't really matter that much. The margin is so thin at less than 1 percent that the state is basically a wash, with Clinton and Bernie Sanders leaving the state with essentially the same amount of delegates.
Clinton campaigned hard in Kentucky over the last few weeks to try to break Sanders' two-state winning streak. But with Clinton leading Sanders by almost 300 pledged delegates, a win this small will just be a morale boost for either side.