Transcript for Bernie Sanders Wins Oregon Primary
Hillary Clinton and Bernie sanders facing off in two contests overnight with sanders the winner in Oregon, Clinton claiming victory in Kentucky. Extremely tight race. This tweet from Hillary Clinton, thanks for having our back, Kentucky. ABC's Cecilia Vega in Louisville with the latest. Good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: Hey, George, good morning to you. For ABC news this race is too close to call but as you said Hillary Clinton took to Twitter to declare her victory and says this election is just getting started. Overnight, Hillary Clinton and Bernie sanders neck and neck in Kentucky. The race in the bluegrass state too close to call and sanders still celebrating his big Oregon win. We're going to win California. Reporter: Joined by a few thousand supporters in California coming out ahead in momentum but falling short in delegates. It will be a steep climb, I recognize that, but we have the possibility of going to Philadelphia with a majority of the pledge delegates. Reporter: This morning it's not just a battle with Clinton, sanders is now locked in a bitter fight with the democratic party. All caught on video. Sanders supporters at Nevada state party convention last weekend, angry about rules that deem some delegates ineligible then came threats to the state party chairwoman who says sanders supporters listed her phone number online. You are the epitome of evil. You and your days like you you're numbered. Reporter: Sanders denouncing the violence but sticking with his supporters. A big problem for Hillary Clinton, those paid speeches. Under the microscope, once again, Clinton overnight releasing financial records showing that last year she and her husband bill gave 28 speeches earning nearly $7 million combined. And more than a million of that from Clinton's own paid speeches. This has been a huge source of controversy in this campaign for her refusal to make those speeches public. Amy, we are now seeing she made significantly less money in 2015 on those paid speeches than she has in years past, Amy. All right, Cecilia, thanks for the latest on that.
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