3. Turnout in Kentucky's cities. Kentucky's demographics (working-class white rural voters and conservative Democrats) favor Clinton. But unlike West Virginia or other southern states with an overwhelming white working class majority, there are a couple of population centers that Obama's strong GOTV operation can target. Louisville and Lexington are the state's two largest cities and are more progressive than the rest of the state, with a large number of black voters. A high turnout there could make the race close, which could propel Obama to the pledged delegate majority even before polls close in Oregon.
4. Turnout in Oregon's cities vs. small towns. Obama's support is strongest in cities like Portland and Eugene, home to the University of Oregon. Around 75,000 people attended his rally on Sunday night in Portland, his largest audience of the campaign. In recent elections, just under half of the statewide Democratic vote has come from Portland and its surrounding suburbs. Voters there resemble Obama's supporters in other states – liberal, well-educated and higher-income. The Clinton campaign has focused on smaller towns in the Beaver State, hoping to draw support from the blue-collar workers in the timber and manufacturing industries. Political analysts in the state say there just are not enough of them to propel her to victory like in Ohio or Pennsylvania.
On the campaign front. . .
-- Attends rally with Michelle Obama and voters, Des Moines, IA
-- 7:00 pm ET: Attends election night event with supporters, Louisville, KY
As for the Republicans. . .
-- 11:00 am ET: Delivers remarks and attends town hall meeting with voters, Miami, FL
-- 1:00 pm ET: Tours La Casa del Preso, Miami, FL
At the White House and Beyond. . .
-- 3:05 pm ET: Speaks on World Trade Week, Washington, DC
-- 8:30 am ET: Releases the Producer Price Index for April, Washington, DC
PRESIDENT HARIS SILAJDZIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
-- 11:00 am ET: Speaks at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC
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