Kentucky declares Clinton Democratic primary winner after recanvass | Reuters

WASHINGTON A recanvass of Kentucky's Democratic presidential primary results found Hillary Clinton won the contest by 1,911 votes, Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Grimes said on Thursday. Clinton's rival for the party's nomination, Senator Bernie Sanders, had requested a recount in the razor-close contest earlier this week

Reuters May 26, 2016 23:46:52 IST
Kentucky declares Clinton Democratic primary winner after recanvass
| Reuters

Kentucky declares Clinton Democratic primary winner after recanvass
 Reuters

WASHINGTON A recanvass of Kentucky's Democratic presidential primary results found Hillary Clinton won the contest by 1,911 votes, Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Grimes said on Thursday.

Clinton's rival for the party's nomination, Senator Bernie Sanders, had requested a recount in the razor-close contest earlier this week. Grimes, in posts on Twitter, said the results of the recanvass would be certified by the state's Board of Elections on May 31.


(Reporting by Timothy Ahmann; Editing by Mohammad Zargham)

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