Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders attend an election night rally in Carson, California, May 17, 2016. AFP / ROBYN BECK
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Bernie Sanders won Oregon's presidential primary and battled Hillary Clinton to a razor-thin margin in Kentucky, vowing to stay in the race until the end as Clinton aimed to blunt his momentum and prepare for a fall campaign against Republican Donald Trump.For Democrats, Clinton and Sanders will each pick up at least 25 delegates in Kentucky with five delegates remaining to be allocated pending final vote tallies.In Oregon, Sanders will receive at least 28 delegates and Clinton will get at least 24 of the 61 delegates at stake.Overall, Clinton leads Sanders among pledged delegates, 1,767-1,488 . When superdelegates are included, Clinton's lead grows to 2,291 to Sanders' 1,528 . Clinton is now just 92 delegates short of the 2,383 needed to win.
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