Incumbent Chandler Appreciates Large Voter Turnout

Reported by: Amanda Stevenson
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Updated: 11/06/2012 6:32 pm
Congressman Ben Chandler took his wife and kids to cast his vote in Woodford County at Huntertown Elementary.
He made small talk with others standing in line while he waited and even handed out a few hugs.
Chandler opted for a hand-written ballot as opposed to an electronic one.
After voting, he said he couldn't make a guess as to how things would pan out.
Chandler also praised the high turnout of voters and said win or lose, he was glad people got out and voiced their opinions.
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