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Bernie Sanders won Oregon’s Democratic primary while falling barely short of another victory in Kentucky on Tuesday, prolonging his battle with Hillary Clinton despite his slim chance of securing the party’s presidential nomination.

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders waves to supporters Tuesday night at StubHub Center in Carson. (Credit: Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times)
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders waves to supporters Tuesday night at StubHub Center in Carson. (Credit: Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times)

His victory in Oregon showcased his support with progressive voters skeptical of Clinton and eager for a more uncompromisingly liberal approach to government.

As the results were being tallied, Sanders was telling a crowd of thousands in Carson, Calif., that he plans to fight until the Democratic convention in July.

“We are in till the last ballot is cast,” he said.

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