Democratic voters in Kentucky have been set to head to the polls soon for the presidential primary.
Bernie Sanders made a stop in Bowling Green Saturday to fire up supporters and to encourage people to get out and vote.
He also made a point to let people know the fight isn't over yet.
“Nobody would have believed that we would receive well over nine million votes at this point in the campaign,” Sanders said to applause. “And very few would have believed that this coming Tuesday we'll win a great victory right here in Kentucky.”
Both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have been campaigning in Kentucky this weekend.
The state has become ground zero for the Democrats running for president.