Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear spoke to hundreds gathered to support Grimes.
She says if she's elected as Kentucky's next U-S senator, her number one priority will be putting Kentuckians back to work.
In Lexington, the last stop of her 50-county bus tour, Grimes talked about her plan to strengthen the middle class saying Mitch McConnell has turned his back on them.
She thanked her opponents and says she's looking forward to November.
"We celebrate here tonight but make no mistake, our work continues tomorrow," Grimes said. "With his millions, Mitch McConnell is going to try and buy his way back to Washington, D.C."
Grimes called McConnell out of touch with the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Her campaign manager told WDRB's Emily Mieure that Kentuckians can expect to see a new ad from the Democratic challenger Wednesday.CLICK HERE FOR KENTUCKY PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS
The Kentucky Attorney General’s Election Fraud Hotline was open throughout the day. The Attorney General's office says the hotline received a total of 205 calls with 210 issues reported across the state.Copyright 2014 WDRB News. All rights reserved.