Hillary Clinton rallied supporters on the eve of Tuesday's Kentucky primary at Beck Center on Transylvania University’s campus Monday. Clinton and opponent Bernie Sanders both campaigned heavily in Kentucky in recent days.
Hillary Clinton rallied supporters on the eve of Tuesday's Kentucky primary at Beck Center on Transylvania University’s campus Monday. Clinton and opponent Bernie Sanders both campaigned heavily in Kentucky in recent days. Matt Goins
Hillary Clinton rallied supporters on the eve of Tuesday's Kentucky primary at Beck Center on Transylvania University’s campus Monday. Clinton and opponent Bernie Sanders both campaigned heavily in Kentucky in recent days. Matt Goins

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