Louisville, Ky. (AP) Hillary Clinton is painting her win in Kentucky yesterday as a big vote of confidence. And she says she's still running for president, not to demonstrate that she's tough but to ensure that democrats retake the White House.
Barack Obama is within 100 delegates of the number he needs to seal the nomination for president. But the former first lady maintains that she still sees a path to victory by winning over superdelegates, whose support will be needed for either candidate
to clinch the nomination.
Clinton will be in Florida today. She's likely to turn up the volume in making her pitch to count results from disputed democratic primaries in Florida and Michigan.
She won both contests but the results were voided because the votes took place in January in violation of democratic party rules. Clinton says if the results are counted, she leads Obama in the popular vote.
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