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Campaigning in Kentucky

In Kentucky, candidates John McCain and Barack Obama battle for the state's eight electoral votes.

In 1992 and 1996, Kentucky went to Democrats. In 2000 and 2004, Republicans won the state.

Along the tortuous path to the November election, Sen. Hillary Clinton overwhelmingly won Kentucky's Democratic primary in May over Democratic presidential candidate Obama. The Illinois senator won just 30 percent of the primary vote compared to Clinton's 65 percent of the vote. McCain soundly won his party's Kentucky primary.

Check back to see when ABC News heads to Kentucky, and learn how the candidates are faring on the road to the White House.

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