FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – Nearly two weeks after the general election, the state says it’s picked the six Kentucky counties that will be audited.
The state says it does the routine, post-election audits to make sure there were no problems.
Calloway, Carter, Jackson, Leslie, Muhlenberg, and Wayne counties were randomly selected in a public drawing.
By law, the Office of the Attorney General has to perform post-election audits after a primary and general election.
Meanwhile, the state says it received 277 election complaints, and there were about 215 calls made November 8th to the Attorney General’s election fraud hotline.
The state says most of the complaints came from Jefferson, Fayette, Madison, Floyd, and Kenton counties, and they focused on procedural questions, election officials, and voting machines.