Kentucky, Oregon primaries loom for Democrats
While she's ahead in the polls for the Kentucky primary, Hillary Clinton is trailing Obama in terms of superdelegates, pledged delegates and the popular vote, leading to calls for her to drop out of the race.
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New polls show Sen. Hillary Clinton with a commanding lead going into the Kentucky primary, while Sen. Barack Obama holds a comfortable one in Oregon.
Those two states, which hold contests Tuesday, are expected to do little more than illustrate the divide between Democratic voters in selecting a presidential candidate.
Clinton leads the latest CNN "poll of polls" -- an average of multiple polls -- in Kentucky, 58 percent to 28 percent. Kentucky is dominated by working-class voters, which has been a source of support for Clinton throughout the prolonged primary season.
Obama's base of support -- young and higher-educated voters -- are better represented in Oregon, and a poll of polls there reflects that demographic: The senator from Illinois holds a 50 percent to 40 percent advantage over Clinton.
The former first lady is campaigning Monday in Kentucky, while former President Clinton and daughter Chelsea are on the trail in Oregon.
Obama spoke Sunday in front of what his campaign called his biggest audience to date -- 75,000 people on the banks of the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon.
Obama will campaign Monday in Montana, which, along with South Dakota, will hold the last contests of the primary season on June 3. Democratic voters in Puerto Rico will cast their ballots June 1.