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President Barack Obama won the Kentucky Democratic primary Tuesday, but 42 percent of primary voters chose “uncommitted” over Obama.
Over half of Kentucky’s 120 counties went for “uncommitted” — a candidate with a notably bare-bones campaign. Obama led with 119,277 votes, with “uncommitted” receiving 86,857 votes, with 99 percent of precincts reporting.
Tuesday’s results were another embarrassment for the Obama campaign, after federal prisoner and noted hair stylist Keith Judd won 42 percent of the vote in the West Virginia primary two weeks ago.
Originally posted by grandmakdw
reply to post by Aleister
Have you ever voted in a primary?
In most states there are way more people/offices on the ballot than just the president.
Originally posted by neo96
Anyone out there saying Obama has a slam dunk of a second term is not living in reality that dude is close as hell to becoming a one termer.
They don't like Biden they are tired of his lies and they are spinning how America just loves that failure the creme de la creme is today how Carney spun how Obama has spent the least out of all the presidents since Reagan.
A Felon can get 42% of the vote without press coverage or a dime of pac money or union money may November be the change we seek.