Former President Bill Clinton, the self-described
"rural hitman" of his wife's campaign, is stumping through small towns in Kentucky today in advance of tomorrow's primary and he's pressing the argument that the Democratic primary isn't over yet. Clinton is looking for a West Virginia-style blowout. "If you get her a big victory," he told voters there, "it'll be harder to continue with this fiction that the people in Florida and Michigan are invisible and therefore we should disenfranchise them." According to the AP, Clinton added, "this has gotten downright funny here the last few days. … They told West Virginia that they should just shut up and get in line, don't bother voting. They had had a different idea over there." Both Clintons are scouring the state for votes in the run up to tomorrow's primary.
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