Kentucky, Oregon Primaries Could Help Determine Winner of Democratic Nomination

The votes are rolling in in Kentucky and Oregon.

Tuesday could help determine who will win the Democratic nomination.

Here’s how it breaks down in Oregon and Kentucky.

For Democrats, Kentucky is giving up 55 delegates and Oregon is allocating 61 Democratic delegates.

Hillary Clinton needs 140 delegates to secure the Democratic nomination.

That’s only 16 percent of all the remaining delegates.

Bernie Sanders needs to win 102 percent.

That will not happen unless some superdelegates change their minds.

Delegates aren’t much of a concern for presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

With his sights set on the general election, he’s trying to rally Republicans behind him.

All while defending his character from attack.

Trump came under fire recently when the New York Times published an article saying he treats women poorly.    

Trump claims that’s something he has never done.

In an interview with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, he claimed he was glad for the chance to speak with her.

“I have great respect for you that you were able to call me and say ‘let’s get together and let’s talk.’”

We’ll be updating you on the primaries throughout the night online and on air.