Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made a surprise visit to his campaign headquarters in Frankfort on Saturday, and front-runner Hillary Clinton will make a stop at Transylvania University on Monday as both court Kentucky voters ahead of the state’s primary election Tuesday.
Clinton is scheduled to appear at the Clive M. Beck Center at 370 North Broadway Monday. Doors open at 4:45 p.m. RSVP at bit.ly/HillaryAtTransy. She is scheduled make other stops in Louisville and Covington Sunday and in Bowling Green on Monday.
After campaigning in Frankfort, Sanders was scheduled to be in Bowling Green on Saturday night and at the Julian Carroll Convention Center in Paducah on Sunday afternoon.
At stake in Tuesday’s Kentucky Democratic presidential primary election are 55 pledged delegates to the July 25-28 presidential nominating convention in Philadelphia.
Kentucky’s delegates will be apportioned to the candidates according to the percentage of votes each wins. A presidential candidate must get at least 15 percent of the total vote to earn delegates.