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Clinton rally: On the outside looking in

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Slugger Field is normally home to fastballs, base hits and the sounds of "Take Me Out To The Ballgame." On Tuesday, with the Bats playing on the road, Hillary Clinton held a rally inside the stadium. 

Slugger Field was the spot President Barack Obama spoke before he took the Oval Office. That was back in 2006, and his rally was actually on the field. 

And despite stormy weather on Tuesday, upwards of 500 people showed up to support the Clinton campaign. 

"Against The Grain Brewery" is also located inside Slugger Field, and they were ready for handfuls of Hillary backers. 

But what if Clinton broke free for a brew? More importantly, what lager would this lady order?

"I think Hillary would be a "Citra Ass Down" drinker," said brewery owner Sam Cruz. 

"Citra Ass Down" is a popular double IPA brewed by Against The Grain. 

Outside of Slugger Field, people lined up to get in and be apart of the Clinton rally. Hillary supporters shied away from any mention of Bernie Sanders. 

Bernie's backers and Clinton's camp are seven days away from the state primary. Keep in mind Kentucky already had a Republican caucus back in March.

Donald Trump won that, and next Tuesday at the polls, Kentucky Democrats will get to pick a presidential nominee.  

"You got to vote your conscience. You got to go vote what you feel is right," said Clinton supporter Mary Yates. 

After the March caucus, there's no presidential candidate on the Republican side for the upcoming primary, but there are other GOP races.

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