Clinton won the primary in Kentucky

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton won the Democratic primary in Kentucky. It is reported by MSNBC.

According to the results of counting 99% of the vote, Clinton scored 47% votes, while her rival Bernie Sanders got 46%.

To ensure the nomination of the candidate in US presidents from Democrats, a candidate must win the support of delegates 2383. According to estimates of Bloomberg, Clinton currently 2265 votes delegates, including 524 voices of the so-called super-delegates, members of the party elite, who have the right to support any candidate. Sanders enlisted the support of 1498 delegates, including 40 super-delegates.