Sanders campaigns in Kentucky

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is campaigning in Kentucky this week. He held a rally earlier in Tuesday in Louisville, where he spoke about several topics, including the minimum wage.

Sanders says he plans to do away with the current minimum and create what he calls a living wage.

"We have families today where mom is working 40 hours, dad is working 40 hours, the kids are working, and they’re still not earning enough to provide for their family," Sanders said. 

Sanders’ next stop is in Lexington Wednesday for a rally at Heritage Hall.

He still trails behind his opponent, Hillary Clinton

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