Hillary Clinton is projected as the winner of Kentucky’s Democratic primary on Tuesday, but it will be a close call.
Clinton holds a lead of less than 0.5 per cent with nearly all votes counted.
Clinton wrote on her Twitter feed: “We just won Kentucky! Thanks to everyone who turned out. We’re always stronger united.”
No matter the final tally, Clinton and rival Bernie Sanders will each pick up at least 25 delegates.
Sanders claimed victory in Oregon’s Democratic primary, but Clinton only needs less than 100 delegates to claim her party’s nomination.
She currently holds a commanding lead of nearly 300 pledged delegates over Sanders.
Donald Trump also won Oregon’s Republican primary, which puts him 77 delegates away from clinching the G-O-P nomination.
The Kentucky and Oregon primaries did not dramatically change the delegate count, which means Clinton remains on track to clinch the nomination on June 7th in the New Jersey primary.