It's possible President Barack Obama could lose the Democratic primaries in Arkansas and Kentucky today.
In Arkansas, John Wolfe, an attorney from Tennessee, is on the ballot against President Obama. Obama’s approval ratings are low in Arkansas, and Wolfe could easily get a sizable percentage of the vote, potentially even pull off a victory (seems less likely.) Recent polling showed Wolfe close to Obama in the state. ...
There is no named opponent on the Democratic primary ballot in Kentucky other than Obama, but voters will have the option of checking off “uncommitted.” Kentucky is another state in which Obama has low approval ratings, and where no one expects him to win in the general election. Still, a poor showing to an “uncommitted” box in an intra-party contest will hardly be uplifting for Obama.
At least if Obama does lose those primaries, it won't be to a convicted felon with a sick ponytail. That would be weird.